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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Could you count down in Hungarian? Let's count from 1 here in Hungarian.

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Monday at 09:56 AM
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Hi joyce restaino,


Thanks for your kind feedback. We are so glad to hear so! Let us know if you have any questions!


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joyce restaino
Wednesday at 10:19 AM
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The lessons are very easy to learn once you know how to sound the words. It takes me a couple of times to get it

joyce restaino
Wednesday at 10:12 AM
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I think I am getting the magyo a little better

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Thursday at 04:18 AM
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Dear Carol!


Thank you very much for telling your story!:wink:


Let me give you a hint to understand the small poem:


Egy – megérett a meggy (One, the cherry has grown ripe)

Kettő – csipkebokor vessző, (Two, briar branch)

Három – te vagy az én párom, (Three, you are my pair)

Négy – te kis leány hová mégy, (Four, you, young girl where are you going?)

Öt – érik a tök, (Five, the pumpkin grows ripe)

Hat – hasad a pad, (Six, the bench splits)

Hét – zsemlét süt a pék, (Seven, the baker bakes "zsemle" - a small round bread)

Nyolc – üres a porc, (Eight, the shelf is empty)

Kilenc – kis Ferenc, (Nince, little Francis)

Tíz – tiszta víz, (Ten, pure water)

Ha nem tiszta, vidd vissza, (If it's not pure, bring it back)

Majd a cica megissza (the kitten will drink it)


Well, it doesn't really have any sens:laughing:


Good luck for the next pörkölt! Please don't hesitate if you need any help!

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Carol
Tuesday at 07:41 AM
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I think I have a pretty good grasp on counting in Hungarian. My exchange student taught me. :): When I visited there his dad would point to number signs along the road and quiz me. ( Since his dad didn't speak English that gave us something to say and do in the car when my translator was in the second car.) He seemed pleased that I could give the number in Hungarian, although my accent was probably questionable.


I teach young children so when I saw the little poem in the comment section it very much interested me. Could you please translate the entire poem into English. Thanks so much.


By the way, since we are speaking of restaurants, I would love to give a recommendation for a wonderful restaurant they took us to in Budapest. It was called Trofea, I think. My exchange student enjoyed cooking and we often cooked together. I tried making pörkölt on my own the other day, but it wasn't as his. I will have to keep practicing. :)


Carol

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Monday at 02:42 AM
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Hi Alex!


You are right about that, yet people seem to pay more attention to the workings of the parliament for some reason... :)


Csaba

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Alex
Wednesday at 08:17 AM
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étterem, the most important institution in Hungary! :heart::thumbsup:

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Thursday at 03:33 PM
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Hi Rene,


Thank you for posting!

We are glad to hear that you are interested in learning Hungarian here with us :smile:

Have you checked this video series?

https://www.hungarianpod101.com/index.php?cat=49

After finishing the Survival Phrases, you should try starting with the Absolute Beginner Series. :wink:

Let us know if you have questions regarding any of our lessons.


Regards,

Laura

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Rene
Thursday at 11:48 AM
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I have questions:

I went through the Boot Camp and am now reviewing the Survival lessons... am progressing slowly.

I tried 5 or 6 Absolute Beginner lessons but they seem a little difficult.


I also tried 2 of the Lower Beginner lessons and they seem very difficult.

Is this normal?


Meantime, I have also tackled a couple of the Learn through Picture lessons (vegetables, fruits, and another lesson): they seem to help me retain vocabulary, and also the Flashcards are very helpful.


So, if I continue with all the Survival lessons, do you think that I would then be ready to tackle the Absolute Beginner lessons?


Thanks!

Rene
Monday at 09:58 AM
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:thumbsup: Most már tudom is "nyolc" és "kilenc". :grin:

Now I know 8 and 9 as well!