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What's Your Number One Reason for Learning a Language?

Legfőképp miért tanulsz nyelvet?
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It's a beautiful language!
Nagyon szép nyelv!
It's a beautiful language!
My family comes from a place where the language is spoken.
A családom olyan országból származik, ahol beszélik az adott nyelvet.
My family comes from a place where the language is spoken.
I love the culture and the people who speak the language.
Imádom a kultúrát és az embereket, akik a nyelvet beszélik.
I love the culture and the people who speak the language.
I just love learning languages!
Egyszerűen csak imádok nyelveket tanulni.
I just love learning languages!
The language is useful for my job.
Szükségem van az adott nyelvre a munkámban.
The language is useful for my job.
I live in a country that speaks the language.
Olyan országban élek, ahol az adott nyelvet beszélik.
I live in a country that speaks the language.
I want to open my mind and become more international.
Szeretnék nyitottabb gondolkodású és nemzetközibb lenni.
I want to open my mind and become more international.
I want to understand my favorite songs, movies and TV shows.
Szeretném érteni a kedvenc dalaimat, filmjeimet és TV sorozataimat.
I want to understand my favorite songs, movies and TV shows.
I love traveling!
Imádok utazni!
I love traveling!
It's an important part of my religion.
Fontos része a vallásomnak.
It's an important part of my religion.
It's part of my university studies.
Része az egyetemi tanulmányaimnak.
It's part of my university studies.
It's my hobby.
Ez a hobbim.
It's my hobby.
I live next to a country speaking that language.
A szomszédos országban beszélik az adott nyelvet.
I live next to a country speaking that language.
I want to speak to my partner's family in their language.
Szeretnék a partnerem családjával az anyanyelvükön beszélni.
I want to speak to my partner's family in their language.
I am learning the language to impress someone.
Azért tanulom a nyelvet, hogy jó benyomást tegyek valakire.
I am learning the language to impress someone.
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Monday at 3:54 pm
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Hey listeners! What’s your #1 reason for learning Hungarian?

HungarianPod101.comVerified
Saturday at 9:59 pm
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Szia Muhammad,

We have a couple interview-related lessons already in the Lesson Library. Have you already checked out those?


Szia Thomas D,

That sounds fantastic! ❤️️ Thank you for sharing!


Let us know if you have any questions along the way.

Good luck with your Hungarian studies.


Üdv.:

Levente

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Thomas D
Monday at 3:42 pm
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I am considering moving my family to Europe and Hungary seems like the best country for my beliefs and principals.👍

Muhammad
Friday at 4:45 am
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I am learning because i need to pass Hungarian citizen language test,

It would be a big help if you provide some interview related questions.

Many thanks

HungarianPod101.comVerified
Thursday at 5:30 am
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Szia Maggie!


I'm sure you'll find lessons here which will help you to be able to communicate with the Hungarian part of your family!

Good luck!

Jó tanulást!


Zsuzsanna

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Maggie
Tuesday at 4:20 am
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My mom’s side of the family is Hungarian, and my Aunt doesn’t speak English. So I am hoping one day when I go to Hungary I can communicate with my mom’s family in their language!

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Saturday at 3:35 am
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Sziasztok!


I'm happy that you'd like to get back to your roots with HungarianPod101.com!


I'm sure you remember few words, you've learned when you were kids.


Come and visit our wonderful country.


Cheers,


Zsuzsanna

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Tim
Thursday at 12:40 am
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My grandparents and two of my uncles were born there. The borders have changed since then, so the town is just in Slovakia. I hope to visit there and Hungary sometime in the next year or two. I like the way the language sounds, my father, aunts, and uncles used to speak it when I was growing up.

Mary D Raupp
Sunday at 6:39 am
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My mother and father was born in Arad when the land belonged to Hungry. We learned to speak Hungarian when we were children. My oldest sister didn't know how to speak English until she started 1st. grade here in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The rest of my sisters all learned with her and little buy little--we stopped speaking Hungarian only now and then when my parents insisted on it. My parents moved from Arad to Cegle'd because they did not want to stay in Romania. They came to the USA after they got married for a honeymoon trip and never returned. So that is why I want to learn the Hungarian language. I have relatives in Hungry and would like to be able to speak-read and write to them in Hungarian. I love my Hungarian lessons from Hungarian Pod 101---Thank you--

Marsha
Saturday at 11:22 pm
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😁 Am trying to learn some words so when I visit my friend in Budapest can speak to her relatives and friends...even just to say a few words in their language! My friend moved back home to retire after working here in Florida.

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Sunday at 11:40 pm
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Kedves BEW.OS!


Nagyon szépen köszönjük, hogy megosztottad velünk a motivációdat! Való igaz, hogy különböző nyelvek ismerete gazdagabbá tesz bennünket. A szavakon és kifejezéseken kívül a más gondolkodásmódot is megismerjük, és ez minden időt megér! 😉


További jó tanulást!

Dorottya

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