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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Hello, Listeners! Let's say hello in Hungarian!

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Monday at 11:12 PM
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Szia Woo sung!


'reggel' is an object in this case.

(I wish you a) Good morning! - Jó reggelt (kívánok)!

- t is the ending of the object.

Other example:

Iszom egy kóláT - I drink a coke.

Jó estéT - Good evening!


Zsuzsanna

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Woo sung
Wednesday at 12:38 PM
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Siza teacher!


I have a question during this lesson.


Why did 't' is added to the reggel after Jo.


reggel = morning

Jo reggelt = good morning

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Monday at 04:17 AM
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Szia Grigoriy!


Köszönjük szépen az udvarias (polite) hozzászólást!?


Viszontlátásra!

Dorottya

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Grigoriy
Saturday at 10:50 AM
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Szia, kezét csókolom! ?

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Saturday at 06:06 PM
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Hi Jane,


Thank you for posting.


It's great that the lesson tip was helpful and you could learn this greeting :)


Next time someone says it, you'll be prepared :)


If you have any questions, please let us know.


Sincerely,

Cristiane

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Jane
Tuesday at 11:02 PM
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Muito obrigada!

O grande aprendizado da lição foi: kezét csókolom ??!!

Um rapaz em Pest me cumprimentou assim e eu fiquei calada. Rsrs agora sei o significado ?

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Tuesday at 06:42 PM
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Szia RW!


Thank you for your comment!


First, you have to add Hungarian keyboard in the language preferences of your computer:

Here are the guidlines For Windows:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17424/windows-change-keyboard-layout


For Mac:

https://support.apple.com/kb/PH18448?locale=en_US


Then, a trick: search for and download an image of Hungarian keyboard in Google, so that you can put it next to your keyboard and find the letters easily!

Tell us if you need any help!


Szép napot!

Dorottya

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RW
Saturday at 05:28 PM
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Sziasztok!


I'm curious to know the accents used in Hungarian words, how to add them when we type?

Regarding that most of us use normal keyboards without any accents ...

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Wednesday at 06:15 PM
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Szia Jen,


Thank you for your comment!


Actually, if someone says Szia, you can always say Szia! Usually, in a business situation, a boss or a colleague will say Jó reggelt, jó napot. Of course if you are more intimate than this formal way of saying hi, they may say Szia! but in this case, there is no reason you could not say Szia as well! :wink:


If you are not sure, just say Jó napot! which is a joker :sweat_smile:


Szép napot!

Dorottya

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Jen
Wednesday at 07:28 AM
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Sziasztok!


I have a question about the formal vs. informal. If someone says szia to me, would I be able to assume that they are expecting me to reply with szia or would someone who is higher up than me use the informal szia with me but expect me to reply with a more formal reply?


Köszönöm szépen!