How to say “HAPPY HALLOWEEN” in Irish

I thought it would be nice to teach you all how to say “Happy Halloween” in Irish, as Halloween has its origins in Celtic mythology.

You can say “Oíche Shamhna Shona Daoibh” if you’re talking to a group of people.
Pronunciation: EE-ha HOW-na HUN-a DEE-ev

Or if you are talking to a single person:

“Oíche Shamhna Shona Duit”

Pronunciation: EE-ha HOW-na HUN-a dit*

*or ditch, as some Irish people would pronounce it.

So enjoy the only acceptable day to give sweets to kids that you don’t know!

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