Saoirse Ronan Tries To Teach Stephen An Irish Accent

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  • Alex Barajas 4 years ago

    Wow :~)

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  • IIIFadedinkIII 4 years ago

    Bonus Round – Irishman here who’s sisters name is (and this is true):
    Caoilfhionn

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  • Tarin A 4 years ago

    Her accent is beautiful

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  • toobasaurus23 4 years ago

    Gorgeous

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  • knicks447 4 years ago

    Lol

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  • Lauritz Wiesinger 4 years ago

    queefer?

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  • Daniel Chachanashvili 4 years ago

    those irish names, the hell, its like they used the english alphabet
    visually, and used a different language verbally

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  • jerome go 4 years ago

    “You go to hell” ahahahahahahahaha

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  • ED SON 4 years ago

    Time to look up Irish porn

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  • Vincent Phan 4 years ago

    I will marry anyone with that accent

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  • KingOfMadCows 4 years ago

    I guess Irish is a bit tougher than Elvish.

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  • BLACK_WOLF 4 years ago

    She is absolutely beautiful! And i don’t usually comment that on youtube.

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  • Merc With A Mouth 4 years ago

    Holy shit those names are hard.

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  • incrediblejonas 4 years ago

    I think irish is one of my least favorite accents…

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  • Gabe Shakour 4 years ago

    Ahh she gets me every time with her Irish accent.

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  • 2ndRatePetronius 4 years ago

    You left off Domhnall. General Hux will be displeased.

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  • rohit wilson 4 years ago

    the irish cant spell in english :P

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  • jiffycrimso 4 years ago

    This is a woman… advice to any women out there if you want a boyfriend
    act with class and like her

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  • hrid i 4 years ago

    Irish accent is seriously the most adorable accent ever ^_^

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  • AA 4 years ago

    Woah, Quay-va?? Haha awesome I didn’t know other irish people said it
    differently.
    It’s pronounced Kee-va where im from

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  • Steve27775 4 years ago

    I knew Siobhan and Niamh. Must remember “Saoirse like inertia.”

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  • Beat 4 years ago

    That woman is gorgeous ??

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  • Abishek “Sesmo” Benjamin 4 years ago

    I love the Irish Accent !! Wish I could do it .. ..Too bad All I can do is
    the Indian Accent

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  • Alan Y 4 years ago

    she’s hot. she tickles me lucky charms

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  • Spoogebooge 4 years ago

    Not to burst anyone’s bubble, but while she is Irish, her accent is heavily
    put on

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  • Dhot Melvin 4 years ago

    If only connor mcgregor sounded like her, he would be complete. Fights like
    a girl already.

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  • Omar Belayachi 4 years ago

    2:29 Nah, I don’t think she bites when she’s frustrated.

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  • Karlo Bobi 4 years ago

    I need an Irish girl in my life.

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  • S Chan 4 years ago

    mh and bh, is either pronounced w or v, combination of “aoi”, approximates
    to ‘ee’ sound., dh is pronounced as a ‘y’ , and sometimes there are slight
    differences depending on where you’re from in ireland

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  • Martin Šriber 4 years ago

    Saoirse means freedom.

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  • Shubha Siva 4 years ago

    Please, can anyone tell me the details of the dress she’s wearing?

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  • wratched 4 years ago

    I always read it as “seahorse”

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  • itsonlysound 4 years ago

    To complicate matters, I pronounce some of those names slightly differently
    because pronunciation depends on where in Ireland you’re from.

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  • Bobby White 4 years ago

    I’m surprised they dont have Aoife there. Can anyone here tell me how to
    pronounce Aoife? I just started a new job and there’s someone named Aoife
    here, and I dunno how to pronounce her name and I’m afraid to ask anyone
    now.

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  • Kevin Levine 4 years ago

    The alphabet for Irish used to match up with the pronunciation better, and
    then they switched to the Roman alphabet as part of the language revival,
    and so now you have letter combinations that indicate sounds way different
    from what they would in the Roman alphabet. In any case, there’s a lot of
    Irish spoken now in Ireland. Listen to it sung, like Sean-nos music, very
    nice.

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  • veronicadredd22 4 years ago

    Funny enough Colbert is a common enough sir name in ireland . one of the
    executed 1916 leaders name was Con Colbert we say it as cole bert not cole
    bare .there are a lot of Colbert train stations in ireland.

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  • WATSONMUTH 4 years ago

    racist

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  • Turbo9987 4 years ago

    what a fucking sweetheart

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  • Siva Kumar S 4 years ago

    in almost all of her interview, Saoirse drinks the beverage (coffee or
    alcohol who knows) that is provided for her.. has anyone else noticed
    this.. many interviewees don’t do that..

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  • Tim Duncan 4 years ago

    Time to look some Irish porn… or closely looks like this lady

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  • spiritd4ys 4 years ago

    “m” takes on more of “w” role in irish

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  • Michael Rice 4 years ago

    Most often Saoirse is pronounced ‘Seer sha’ rather than ‘Sur sha’
    Also Oisin and Siobhan are incorrectly written on the cards – they lack a
    symbol called a ‘fada’ which causes the vowel to be lengthened. So:
    Oisín is not ‘Oish in’ but ‘Oish een’
    Siobhán is not ‘Shove an’ / ‘Shiv an’ but ‘Shove awn’ /’Shiv awn’

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  • GrandiaKnight 4 years ago

    She’s so good in Brooklyn. I hope she wins something for it this year.

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  • TheIrishPC 4 years ago

    Always funny seeing Americans struggle with Irish pronunciations. Give them
    a Kerry, or a Cork accent, or even a midlands accent and see how they get
    on. Even we can’t understand them sometimes!

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  • Prexxuss 4 years ago

    beautiful eyes

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  • Ohloveeh 4 years ago

    Just wait till he interviews a Welsh person.

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  • TheBoringAddress 4 years ago

    Fun with romanization of languages that were not meant for 26 letters!

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  • Tadhg Williams 4 years ago

    Delighted to see the spelt Tadhg right ?

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  • ThePC3D 4 years ago

    Moiderfoukre

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  • Simon Edström 4 years ago

    This is why stephen is the man, if this was fallon the names would be a
    part of some game called “guess that name!” and he would laugh hysterically
    at every single one. Stephen just makes it relaxed and funny.

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  • Free Thinker 4 years ago

    She’s adorable!

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  • Sham Bolic 4 years ago

    I was hoping they’d explain Aoife. I’m reading a book in which one of the
    characters is named Aoife and I’ve no clue how to pronounce it!

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  • MusicIsTheSole 4 years ago

    Whoop my name made it on to the Colbert Show!!!

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  • Field Marshal Fry 4 years ago

    “are you right there Father Ted?”

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  • ryanthlam 4 years ago

    I learn all mine from Saoirse and Conor McGregor

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  • StarRoseAngelic 4 years ago

    She seems like she would be a tough teacher lol

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  • evers monroy 4 years ago

    hey! mexicans can be pale, we have nerds too

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  • tubekxb 4 years ago

    Stepehen did better than Sean Connery in “The Untouchables”

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  • Mary Kelly 4 years ago

    It’s weird hearing her pronounce her name as she does. She goes for the
    “inertia” where as we pronounce it “Seer-sha” so it has more of a “fear”
    sound rather than an “inner” sound at the beginning.

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  • tadhgm10 4 years ago

    All those Irish names make perfect sense on they’re spelt, the only problem
    is people keep talking about them as if they’re English names with English
    sounding letters. They’re not at all, they’re in Irish/ Gaeilge. In Gaeilge
    they make perfect sense, but because Ireland now speaks mowtly in English,
    people believe everything we have comes from English which just isn’t true.
    Very similar alphabets but not identical, that’s the difference people need
    to understand.

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  • firebaby7 4 years ago

    to be fair, those irish names aren’t in the english language, it’s the
    gaelic language….

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  • i'm not an octopus 4 years ago

    BREAKING NEWS: Names in different languages aren’t the same as English
    names.

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  • Sinead Tbc 4 years ago

    Cringe

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  • THEAnnEla 4 years ago

    The fact that her name pronounciation makes the biggest sence in
    comparation with the others…. :D

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  • Black Marvel 4 years ago

    What the hell! tear up your dictionaries and live in caves! nothing means
    anything anymore!

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  • Oli Djien 4 years ago

    I’m British and can confirm that nobody uses those silly looking names
    here.

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  • Blak 4 years ago

    I am sorry audience… I couldn’t stop staring at this gorgeous fascinating
    woman… WOW.

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  • Luis Aleman 4 years ago

    Whoa, cmon Saoirse, there’s some white Mexicans.

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  • Caoimhe S 4 years ago

    You talking trash about my name Stephen?

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  • supershinigami1 4 years ago

    interesting

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  • NezihBouali 4 years ago

    Domhnall doesn’t sound that crazy now, does it?

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  • TitoYuca 4 years ago

    Stephen’s accent was not bad? She was being nice; it sounded more
    Australian than Irish.

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  • Will Rock 4 years ago

    How did I fall in love with her so quickly?

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  • Naryan Robinson 4 years ago

    Sounds like a nightmare girlfriend.
    Nice voice though.

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  • Margeh75 4 years ago

    Her accent is so odd , I’m from Carlow like she is, and she has a fierce
    Dublin twang in a lot of her words. She doesn’t even pronounce her own name
    right, everyone else says “Seer-sha” . Even the way she says Siobhan. I’m
    like Shiv-awn and she’s saying Shiv-on.

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  • Karen Crofton 4 years ago

    theres also Aine, Faolan, Domhnall, Padraig, Sile, Cathal, Aoibheen,
    Caoimhin (I cant get fadas on my laptop)… the list is endless!

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  • Siobhan Carlson 4 years ago

    This is awesome haha

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  • gkalmbach 4 years ago

    Holy shit.. that’s the little girl from Hanna??

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  • Maureen McLean 4 years ago

    Very interesting.

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  • freegratuits 4 years ago

    “Brooklyn” was SUCH an awesome movie. I truly recommend it. Went to see it
    with my husband who loves only action and he loved it too. Great date
    movie. Ronan and the whole cast killed it.

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  • Regal Ace 4 years ago

    She’s the best

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  • Jacob Norwood 4 years ago

    They should make a follow up to Hanna now that she is an adult.

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  • Robert Ф 4 years ago

    Smell my finger

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  • Hermit the Hustler 4 years ago

    She’s the hottest hobbit I’ve ever seen!

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  • Hermit the Hustler 4 years ago

    They forgot Baggins, Took, Gamgee and Brandybuck!

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  • London5369 4 years ago

    What’s with the stupid Dublin accent? She grew up in Carlow ffs

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  • rjmari 4 years ago

    Whale. Oil. Beef. Hooked.

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