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Saint Nicholas Day

Mikulás napja
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orange
narancs (n)
orange
A brokkoli C, K és A vitaminban gazdag.
Broccoli is rich in vitamins C, K and A.
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chocolate
csokoládé (n)
chocolate
peanut
földimogyoró (n)
peanut
nyers mogyoró
raw peanuts
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beard
szakáll (n)
beard
Santa Claus
Mikulás
Santa Claus
Krampus
Krampusz
Krampus
reindeer
rénszarvas (n)
reindeer
Santa Claus pack
Mikulás csomag (n)
Santa Claus pack
clean the shoes
cipőt pucol
clean the shoes
birch-rod
virgács (n)
birch-rod
sled
szánkó (n)
sled
Saint Nicholas
Szent Miklós
Saint Nicholas
sack
zsák (n)
sack
gift somebody with something
megajándékoz valakit valamivel
gift somebody with something
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Thursday at 11:24 am
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All About - Top 5 Important Dates During the Hungarian Calendar Year

https://www.hungarianpod101.com/2011/10/04/all-about-9-top-5-important-dates-during-the-hungarian-calendar-year/

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Tuesday at 6:54 pm
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Szia Carol,


Thank you for your comment and explaining what Gwen meant.

Let us know if you have any question.


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Lena

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Carol
Monday at 9:49 pm
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Szia, Csaba!,

I think I know what Gwen means by this "typo". There is nothing wrong with the phrase, it just turns up in inappropriate situations, as I have also noticed. In this case it has no connection with "narancs". Just a small mistake in otherwise excellent material.

HungarianPod101.comVerified
Friday at 3:14 am
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Hi Gwen!


Sorry for my slow uptake - which typo did you mean? I can't see one in the Hungarian sentence. :open_mouth:


Thank you for your kind words and help! Hajrá!


Csaba

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Gwen
Saturday at 11:33 am
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Hello, I was wondering if you all were aware of this typo? I've seen it several times, I know that it's wrong and

it's kind of funny every time I see it...

A brokkoli C, K és A vitaminban gazdag.

In American English a purse is a small bag, while in British English it is similar to a wallet.

Anyway, love the course...I haven't been on in a little while, but I am surprised at how much I have actually retained.