Dia dhuit Everyone!
Not sure if I should start with “good day” or “good night” being 2:00 in the morning, but good day is better for a salutation and so it goes.
I am happy to have found this site as I’m trying to learn new (and old) languages and looking for ways to express myself. After noticing the similarities between several languages, I thought it would be helpful to learn them in groups. I am actively practicing French, Italian and Spanish. I am also attempting to learn Gaelige for my husband’s ancestry and German in honor of my German ancestors and the germanic influence on the English language.
Bonne nuit, buonna sera, buenas nochas, gutten abend, and good evening.