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Monday at 06:30 PM
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What must-see places will you go when you arrive in Hungary?

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Szia Marilena!


Thanks for the positive feedback! 😄


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Marilena
Tuesday at 02:58 PM
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Useful and interesting phrases. Köszönöm szépen.

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Szia Antonio,


Thanks for the question!


Actually, in Hungarian you have two types of conjugation for verbs when it refers to a direct object. The first ends with a -k and the second with an -m in first person of singular form.


The first is used when you are talking about an object in general. ex. Olvasok egy könyvet. - I'm reading a book.


The second is used when you are talking about a specific object. ex. Azt a könyvet olvasom. - I'm reading that book.


You will learn more about this conjugation a little later during beginner series.


Sok sikert!

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Antonio Torcolacci
Friday at 01:21 AM
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Hello, Which is the difference between kérrk and kérem? Thank you for your support!

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Kedves Caroline,


Very nice question, thanks you for posting!


There is an accent on the "e" in "jegyét" because he is referring to a possessive form. He says "your ticket" and not "the ticket".


The possessive form looks like this:


az én jegyem (my ticket)

a te jegyed (your ticket)

az ő jegye/ az ön jegye (his or her ticket/ your ticket in polite form)

a mi jegyünk (our ticket)

a ti jegyetek (your ticket)

az ő jegyük (their ticket).


If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate!

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Caroline
Monday at 12:13 AM
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Why is there an accent on the final "e" of "jegyet" in the last sentence of the line-by-line?