The Irish for this is "so?", which turns a statement into a question. Not to be confused with "so!", which adds empthasis to the statement.
@catdraiochta cool, I think I can hear how that would work.
Now it's got me thinking about whether these word differences make it so they don't all work in the same kind of sentence.
I think my basic example of "eh?" is
"That's pretty good, eh?"
Well, one excwption I can think of is that in some places like the US I think, the use "So" at the beginning of a question instead of the end, so that wouldn't be compatable.
An American might ask, "So we're going to the movies?"
An Irish peraon would ask, "We're going to the cinema so?"
"So we're going to the cinema so?" would be reduntant, and would sound strange to everybody, I think.
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