Ma: Italian: But. Hungarian: Today. English and German: Mother, French: My. sigh. I'm not gonna be confused, I'm not gonna be confused... ;)
And Polish he or she has
Chinese: horse, mother, question particle and much more
Much easier than french "aujourdhui"
Actually, "aujourd'hui". And that is so cool.
Is there a difference between "ma" and "máma"? I've only heard máma.. is it a dialect thing?
Yes, exactly. For an added effect, try making the 'á' sound farther back. You're now speaking like a Hungarian hillbilly, which is cool.
Crap. So today I learned I'm descended from rednecks.
-Chad in Tucker and Dale vs. Evil XD
Sometimes you can hear "Mánma" too. It depends from the dialects.
So now whenever I hear young kids say "Mama", I think, "Oh, they're saying 'Todaytoday!'"
I wrote today but it said it is bad
was it a "type what you hear" exercise?
In those exercises, you hear the word/sentence in Hungarian, so write it in Hungarian: ma
It was a writing exercise.
Everything is a writing exercise
it was the same exercise as this