This is another sentence that strikes me as just right for the course. It's a reasonable length, it's meaningful, memorable and realistic, translates cleanly, and it focuses well on the topic of the lesson. A good sentence for learning.
Is there a different word for "hair brushes"? I always thought "Fésű" was a hair brush...
Hajkefe is "hairbrush." I think this course includes fogkefe (toothbrush) but I don't remember seeing hajkefe. And fésű is a comb, not a brush.
Thanks. I was wondering about this too.
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Isn't it like
Comb = Flat item with exactly one line of tines, good for short hair or parting the hair
Hairbrush = the "larger" item with multiple lines of tines that also a bit further apart, good for brushing long hair (because a comb would get hopelessly stuck) ?