Ireland 2


Yes = sea
No = ní hea
Thank you = Go raibh maith agat
Thank you very much = Go raibh míle maith agat
You're welcome = Tá fáilte romhat
Please = Más é do thoil é, Le do thoil.
Excuse me = Gaibh mo phardún
Hello = Dia dhuit
Goodbye = Slán agat/slán leat
I do not understand = Ní thuigim
Do you speak ... = an labharann tú....
What is your name? = Cad is ainm duit?
Nice to meet you. = Tá áthas orm bualadh leat.
How are you? = Conas tá tú? Cén chaoi a bfhuil tú? Caidé mar tá tú?
Wife = bean céile
Husband = fear céile
Daughter = iníon
Son = mac
Mother = máthair
Father = athair
Friend = cara
Where is the bathroom? ...

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schools. It serves about 500,000 children. There are just over 3,200 primary schools, which account for the education of 98 per cent of children in this sector. They receive capital funding from the State, supplemented by local contributions. There are funding arrangements for some schools in disadvantaged
areas and for children with special needs. There are 116 special schools and 64 private primary schools. Primary education emphasizes a child-centered approach with a curriculum related to the child’s needs and interests.
The second-level sector comprises secondary, vocational, community and comprehensive schools. There are about 370,000 students in this sector attending a total of 768 publicly- aided schools. Of these 445 are secondary schools, accounting for 60 percent of post-primary students.
These schools are privately owned and managed. Most are managed by religious orders, the rest by boards of Governors or by individuals. The State meets over 95 per cent of the cost of ...

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and Science is developing new approaches to adult and continuing education.
The third level education sector consists of universities, technological colleges and colleges of education. All of these are substantially funded by the State and are autonomous and self-governing. In recent years several independent private colleges have opened offering mainly business-related courses.
There are more than 100,000 students in this sector. Almost half of Ireland’s young people, proceed from second to third level, and 50 per cent of these take degree level programmes.

Religion
The religion of most people in Ireland (Republic) is Roman Catholic. According to the 1991 census 91.6% of the ...

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