No wonder why people often describe Hungary as a fairy tale country.
ive never heard anyone say that. maybe because it's an everyday thing here, kindergarten teachers flying here and there above trees, just a normal monday morning
otherwise in the day nursery where the children are 1 or 2 years old.
It's really so
At least she's not fighting in front of the school again!
One gets the spooky impression that witchcraft prevails in the small, remote villages. Pity the students!
Júlia kedves, jobb lesz önmagadtól földet érni.
I can't follow the teaching method in this one...what is the point of a nonsense sentence that does not provide a good framework for memory reference?
This kinda works for me, because these sentences are so ridiculous they force you to actually look and check and learn them by heart in a way you didn't expect.
When I mentioned this sentence to a friend of mine, she was surprised that I could quote such a long Hungarian sentence from memory after just learning for a week or so... it was precisely because this sentence was so striking that I remembered it!
The kindergarten teacher is flying above the tall tree.
Why is this is correct? The corrected one was "flies", which is present tense, kinda like is flying, no?
Both flies and is flying should be accepted. There are still many missing alternative translations that are correct but are not yet accepted.
Oh bless her, SO talented. The children must just love her. Don't you wish you had a teacher like that?
Duo what's with you and flying kindergarten teachers? Kind of wierd...