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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!
köszönöm, de
thank you, but
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You're welcome.
Szívesen.
You're welcome.
Hello.
Szia!
Hello.
Szia, rég láttalak.
Hello, haven’t seen you for a while.
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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.
Igen, ez nagyon jó.
Yes, it's very good.
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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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Tuesday at 9:10 am
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Szia Lisa,


Thanks a lot for your feedback. We are continuously working on improving our site, app, and materials, therefore the opinion of our students is highly valuable.

I will forward your message to our team for consideration! 😇


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Lisa
Sunday at 2:16 pm
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I really like these lists where you have the image and the word plus the pronunciation. But I find when I add any of these words to my flash cards or my word bank the images are not there. It would be really great if there were a way to have the images show up there to speed up learning.

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Sunday at 4:42 pm
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Szia Remy!


Great to hear! 😇👍

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions along the way.


Jó tanulást! Enjoy your study!


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Remy
Wednesday at 4:00 am
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Sziasztok to you all at team HungarianPod101,


I've just started the course and I'm getting my head around the pronunciations and the basic vocabulary.


Viszontlátásra

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Tuesday at 5:18 am
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Szia Marc,


I would use ön, instead of maga.

"És ön honnan való?" - This is absolutely polite enough! 😎


Thanks for the question!


Zsuzsanna

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Marc
Thursday at 5:13 pm
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Hello!


When asking "where are you from", the expression "és te/maga, honnan való" is enough polite?


Thanks!

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Thursday at 6:50 pm
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Szia Brandon!


'I'm very sorry!' means 'Nagyon sajnálom!'


Jó tanulást!


Cheers,

Zsuzsanna

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Brandon
Wednesday at 8:29 am
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szia!


How do you say I'm very sorry

HungarianPod101.comVerified
Friday at 4:48 pm
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Hi Stephen,


Good question! 😊

You’re right! Both mean: Where are you from? but

’Honnan jöttél’ is used in informal situations, for example when you meet new friends,

’Honnan származik’ emphasizes the origin of the person: What’s your (country of) origin? and is more likely to be used in official, formal situations.


I hope you enjoy learning Hungarian with us.


Zsuzsanna

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Stephen
Tuesday at 11:56 am
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Szia!


What is the difference between Honnan jöttél? and Honnan származik? From what I understand they both mean "Where are you from?". Are they used in different social interactions or are they interchangeable?


Köszönöm!