How do you say "goodbye" in Gaelic?

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Gaelic is a language that is mostly spoken among Irish and Scottish people. To say goodbye in Gaelic, you would say 'slan.' The reply would be ''slan leat.'
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In. Irish. Gaelic: "Slán go fóill" In. Scottish. Gaelic: "Latha math an-dràsda"
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If you want to show your appreciation to someone for something they have did or said, in the Gaelic or Galician language, all you have to say is 'obrigado.'.
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1. Decide how long you can continue with the job or review your contract requirements regarding resignation. Dr. Randall S. Hansen, founder of Quintessential Careers and author, suggests
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1 Recognize when to leave. When you're at any kind of party or gathering, or even a one-on-one conversation, it can be difficult to get away. Learning to recognize good opportunities
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