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Answered: Irish pronunciation for welcome

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When the sigmoid digestive tract has a polyp which is cancerous, a sigmoid digestive tract resection is needed. Cancer of the colon can be anywhere in the large intestinal. This includes the ascending colon, the descending colon or the sigmoid colon. Colon cancer of the sigmoid Colon occurs out of ...

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Answered: How do you say the days of the week in irish?

Hi, hope this helps... Monday -Luan; Tuesday - An Máirt or Dé Máirt; Wednesday - An Chéadaoin; Thursday - Déardaoin; Friday - Aoine; Saturday - Satharn or Dé Sathairn; Sunday - Domhnach Best wishes...

Answered: How do you say "will you be teaching Irish 3?" in irish

An beidh tú ag múinteoireacht a trí?
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