Funny you should mention that.
There are rumours that Yoda's speech pattern was created by a Hungarian.
Hungarian like Yoda sometimes is. When you expect it but not. Frustrating is much.
Sorry, no one would say "I am very ok", but that's the only option offered with the available tiles
i am wondering if the "n" in "Nagyon" is silent. i am having trouble hearing it...
No, it's not silent. In this sentence, it's just merged with the next "j" due to fast reading.
What is the difference between Nagyon and szépen ? Both mean "very", isn't it ?
no, szépen comes from the word szép which means pretty/beautiful, it refers to the quality of the work done, but I can only imagine situations where I'd say it sarcastically or to emphasize that I put a lot of effort into something and then go on with my story.
"I'm feeling great" should also be a valid translation, I understand you've put a lot of effort into this already, just a heads up!
Then report it as "my answer should be accepted". You don't need to comment it, especially as this course just entered beta and thus doesn't have all alternatives accepted yet.
I think this is a human audio here.<h1>1 - The hover hints don't speak.</h1> <h1>2 - The same words sound slightly different in different sentences.</h1> <h1>3 - Seriously, a computer voice for this? No.</h1>
nagy just means big and it's an adjective, nagyon means "very" (or "very much" or"very much so" depending on context) and it's an adverb
i litteraly typed the awnser it wanted and it seriously said ''WRONG''. i typed the exact awnser that it wanted. go home duolingo, you're drunk.
I got this as a translating excercise having to choose from a closed list of words. Since "I am very OK" sounds almost ungrammatical in English, I chose "I am OK" which is not an accurate translation but at least produces a grammatically correct sentence in English and it was marked as wrong. Please correct this. Thanks!
i am pretty well is a good answer. in fact the "pretty" just emphazise the fact that I am well