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Monday at 06:30 PM
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How do you say I'm sorry in your language? Could you write them with Hungrian phrase?

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Monday at 10:35 PM
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I am slowly getting the sounds of the words. I am elated how much I am learning. Thank you so much. I have every intention of learning more of this language. I will definitely upgrade

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Wednesday at 03:15 AM
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Szia Réka!


Thanks for your question!

Semmi gond is perfectly correct and polite! Actually, I don't feel any difference compared to Semmi baj, the first is maybe a little more polite!


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Reka Kelemen
Thursday at 07:15 AM
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Sziaszok,


Would saying "semmi gond" be an appropriate response to saying no problem? Is one more polite than the other?


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Szia Amy,


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I've checked the problem you pointed out and it seems to work now. Could you please try it again?


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Amy
Saturday at 09:56 PM
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Sziaszok


I'm really enjoying my lessons so far! ( I started today and have completed 9 so far!) Köszönöm!


I notice that the Lesson Notes pdfs for Lessons 8, 9 and 10 (so far!) are unavailable, and the link just brings me to the homepage. I being able to have the notes for future reference, as I will be moving to Hungary soon for college.


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Tuesday at 03:02 AM
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Szia Marina,


Köszönjük szépen a hozzászólást! (Danke?)


Szép munka, csak így tovább! (Well done!):wink:


Kellemes estét,

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Marina
Friday at 09:33 PM
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Sziasztok!

Marina vagyok.

A németek mondják "Entschuldigung" vagy "Tut mir leid".

It's okay for informal and formal situations.

But we use the english "sorry" very often, too.


"Es macht nichts.", "Keine Ursache." or without "Es": "Macht nix (short form of "nichts")!"

means the same like "Semmi gond." Semmi baj.".


Szép hétvégét! :wink:


Marina

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Monday at 02:26 AM
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Hi Su!


Thank you! Köszönöm!

(Incidentally, how do you say that in Turkish?)


Do you know we have tons of Turkish words in Hungarian?


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Su
Thursday at 11:33 PM
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In Turkish it's "özür dilerim" :)