Технік-радіольщик Мокроголовенко (hector_von_kyiv) wrote in linguaphiles,
Технік-радіольщик Мокроголовенко
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A very quick Celtic question, please.

I need the phrase "Thank God I'm not English!" in Irish and Welsh.

Grateful in advance.

(No offence for the English intended, of course. It's only for fun).
Tags: howdoyousay, irish, welsh
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