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Monday at 06:30 PM
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What hotels do you like?

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Tuesday at 07:26 PM
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Szia Mary!


Nagyon szivesen!


Sok sikert a tanuláshoz!?


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Mary Rollis
Friday at 10:16 AM
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Köszi, Dorottya!

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Tuesday at 08:35 PM
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Szia Mary!


Köszönjük a hozzászólást!


Actually, here you could also use Kaphatnék egy szappant? - but we usually do not count soap or shampoo.. It's pretty much the same thing when we put "some" before an uncountable noun in English. Ex. Kaphatnék vizet? or Kaphatnék egy kis vizet? to say some water.


It is as simple as that!?

Please don't hesitate if you have any other questions!

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Mary Rollis
Saturday at 01:43 AM
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Miért nem csinál egy cikket, mialatt egy szót ném következik a számot?


Sajnalom! Tudom, vagy nem jól írók vagy nem beszélek a magyarul.


What I am trying to ask: why do you not use the indefinite article with words, when they are not following numbers?


I know you're supposed to omit the article when, for example, you ask for two beers, five cookies, etc.


Köszönöm szépen!