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Vocabulary – Irish and Romanian

We believe that in order to blend in and know a country better, you should know some basic words and maybe use them when you talk to people. We’ve both noticed that people appreciate it more when you say something in their own language. They don’t think about you as a tourist anymore, they see you as someone who appreciates their origins, their culture and their beliefs. And that can end up with some great benefits for you as well (maybe a free pint in a pub – you have to smile a lot as well!) 🙂

So, we are going to give you some start-up words in both Irish and Romanian, and we’ll give the pronunciation as well – remember, if you have any doubts, feel free to contact us and we’ll teach you (contact info) anything you need (we wouldn’t want you to feel embarrassed if you say something wrong).

Now, if your tongue tied, don’t worry, it is not as bad as it looks. Basically, in Romanian you have to read the letters and pronounce them as they are, and in Irish, you have sounds you have to put together, come on, try them again now, I bet they’ll sound better!

Remember, if you’re not sure about your pronunciation skills and need some encouragement, or if you have any other questions, you can text us whenever you want, we’re here to help, because we know how difficult it is to learn new things and adjust to new ideas!

Also, even better, if you plan on moving to Ireland or Romania, we can help you with your C.V.s, Application Letters and all that stuff you will consider difficult in the beginning. We’ve both been through the process so we know how important it is to have some help and support – Résumé Yourself is here to help you!

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