Count from 1-10 in Irish

Watch the video to practice counting 1-10 in Irish.

How to count from 1-10 in Irish

When counting to 10 in Irish, we start with “a haon” for one, “a dó” for two, “a trí” for three, “a ceathair” for four, “a cúig” for five, “a sé” for six, “a seacht” for seven, “a hocht” for eight, “a naoi” for nine, and “a deich” for 10. 

Samplaí Eile / Other Examples:

– Beidh mé ag obair go dtí a trí = I’ll be working until 3

– Uimhir a naoi = Number nine

– Cén uimhir a thagann roimh a dó? = What number comes before 2?

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