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Hungarian Key Phrase List

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I'm sorry.
Bocsánat.
I'm sorry.
Excuse me.
Elnézést.
Excuse me.
Please.
Kérem.
Please.
Thank you!
Köszönöm.
Thank you!
You're welcome.
Szívesen.
You're welcome.
Hello.
Szia!
Hello.
Good morning.
Jó reggelt!
Good morning.
Goodbye.
Viszontlátásra!
Goodbye.
Good evening.
Jó estét!
Good evening.
How are you?
Hogy van?
How are you?
No.
Nem.
No.
Where are you from?
Honnan származik?
Where are you from?
Angolnak hangzol. Honnan származol?
You sound British. Where are you from?
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What's your name?
Mi a neve?
What's your name?
A nevem Péter, Mi az ön neve?
My name is Peter. What's your name?
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Hi.
Szia.
Hi.
Nice to meet you.
Örülök, hogy megismertem.
Nice to meet you.
May I sit here?
Szabad ez a hely?
May I sit here?
Where is the bathroom?
Hol van a mosdó?
Where is the bathroom?
Yes.
Igen.
Yes.
Thank you very much.
Nagyon szépen köszönöm.
Thank you very much.
I'm fine.
Jól vagyok.
I'm fine.
Good night.
Jó éjszakát!
Good night.
Good afternoon.
Jó napot!
Good afternoon.
Congratulations!
Gratulálok.
Congratulations!
I'm (name).
Én (name) vagyok.
I'm (name).
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Monday at 3:57 pm
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Hey listeners! What phrases would you add to our list? Write them down here!


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HungarianPod101.com
Saturday at 7:13 pm
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Kedves Vaughan!


Köszönjük szépen a hozzászólást! I think that your comment will help other learners as well!



First, let me give you some alternatives that you can use to ask - how are you?

Hogy vagy? polite: hogy van? plural: hogy vannak?

Mi újság? familiar register meaning what's new?

Mi a helyzet? familiar register meaning what's up?

Mizu? very familiar, contracted form of mi újság?


Let me give you some replies that you can use:

Hogy vagy? - Jól vagyok, köszönöm, és te? polite: Köszönöm szépen, jól vagyok, és ön hogy van?

Mi újság? - semmi különös, és veled? . = nothing special, and you?

Mi a helyzet? - minden rendben, és veled?. - everything's all right, and you?

Mizu? - semmi különös, minden oké.


I hope that these examples will help you start conversation in Hungarian. 😉


Please send us a comment if you need any more examples or if you have other questions or comments!


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Dorottya

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Vaughan MacEgan
Monday at 12:53 pm
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I think you should add a more catch-all reply to "Hogy van" or Hogy vagy" that is more appropriate to English speakers. For instance the reply being, "I'm fine thanks, how are you?" or "i'm good thanks, how are you" or "I'm fine thanks how are all of you(plural)". It took me a lot of time to come up with something similar with my limited knowledge of the language - but this would be extremely helpful if I make it be Hungary soon.

HungarianPod101.com
Monday at 3:23 am
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Szia Ray!


Thank you very much for your comment!

To answer your question, Honnan származik ? refers to the second person of singular form in polite language while Honnan származol? is the informal conjugation.


The polite conjugation of the second and third person is the same as the third person of singular form.


Ex. informal conjugation of singular form

Én származok

Te származol

Ő származik


Ex. formal conjugation of singular form

n/a

Ön származik

Ő származik


If you have any other questions, please send us a comment!


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Dorottya

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Ray
Thursday at 6:17 am
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Szia!

I have a question.

What's the difference between the following 2 sentences?

Honnan származik? (Where are you from?)

and

Honnan származol? (Where are you from?)