Translation:I know Turkish, Hungarian is not difficult for me at all.
I'm glad to hear it :D "At all" is maybe a bit of exaggeration, but it is so the other way around too. :) Such things as the Turkish verb conjugation, consonant and vowel harmony are much easier to comprehend with my 'Macar' brain, than I imagine it is for a lot of learners from elsewhere. Not to mention the hundreds of words in the Hungarian vocabulary that have Turkish origins.
True, but let's not even compare. Turkish is like taking the candy from a baby's hand when compared to "Magyar" ! Everyone says Hungarian has 18 cases, so it's impossible to learn. No no no. They're missing the point. Let me tell you what's hard in Hungarian: Csinálni, Meg-csinálni, Fel-csinálni, El-csinálni, Be-csinálni, Vissza-csinálni, Át-csinálni... and they mean COMPLETELY different things. I still don't know what means what, and when I imagine how every single verb can receive all these prefixes, I can't figure out how anyone can learn them all :D
OMG you're right. I've never thought about it, but indeed that's insane :D I guess one has to be born Hungarian to ever master all those verb meanings. And to think I had the same rant just the other day about German prefixes, I should have just stayed silent...
There are also many false friends. ;p
Word - Hungarian meaning - Turkish meaning
Kamu - Unreal thing - Public
Baba - baby - father
Koca - sow (?) - husband
Cici - Breasts - Cute, sweety
Emel - to lift - Scope, goal
Harap - to bite - ruined, destroyed
Pazar - magnificent - Sunday
Hal - fish - situation
Fal - wall - Future prediction by looking at one's hands or at his/her coffee remaining
Dal - song - a tree branch
Kan - male boar - blood
Bal - left direction - honey
El - away - hand
Ön - you (formal) - front
Az - that - few
Didim - My tits - A city in Turkey