This is a list of expressions about shopping in Irish. Useful in supermarkets, sightseeing, and when haggling to get a good bargain.
|How much is this?: Dè cho prìseil a tha seo?|
|Can you take less?: An gabh thu as lugha?
|I'm just looking: Chan eil mi ach a' coimhead.|
|This is too expensive: Tha seo ro daor.
|Do you accept credit cards?: An gabh thu cairtean-chreidis?|
|Only cash please!: Cha gabh ach airgead!|
The following vocabulary is related to shopping places where you might need to buy goods or services.
|Gas station: stèisean-peatrail|
|Credit card: cairt-chreidis|
Hopefully these expressions of shopping in Irish can help you get around town and get some good bargains. Check our menu above to select another topic or click the "Next" button to view the next lesson.
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