Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Irish Slang Website



Irishslang.info is the most comprehensive online dictionary of Irish Slang that has been developed "straight from the horse's mouth".

If you hear something "straight from the horse's mouth", you hear it from someone who definitely knows it is true and has direct knowledge of it.

10 comments:

M.Amin said...

hi,
thanks,this is definitely one of those useful kinda websites!
although I really like to speak informally and sometimes a little bit more than it(less formal),I'm afraid if I use to tell such expressions in inappropriate situations; such as formal meetings with people and so on and so far.
Slán!

M.Amin said...

yeah,I see.
Nearly every one-except those who follow British English(Yuck!)-speak informally n often slang...
You know,maybe it's because of your fluency in speaking;I'm not sure about it.maybe it doesn't make sense but when I talk with someone in English,I look more motivated n relaxed!All I know is that I can't stand British accent at all while I'm not a racist!
LOL...

hamed said...

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meysam said...

thanks,
i am the student of MA. at KHORASGAN university,what about u ?

سامان said...

thanks for your comment,
and thanks for Irish Slang...
pps: I love different people with different ideas, I love books...

Translator said...

Hi dear... thanks for this useful link... I really appreciate you
learning idioms and slangs is something that makes a difference between real language learners and other people who know english a little...
tnx anyway...

mehdi said...

Hi dear
This method of expression right is informally but is good idea and used by previous people with different cultures all over the world
In fact this Irish Slang is good too. Now I comprehend one of millions

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Elham said...

tnx for the nice postღ

Anonymous said...

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