i had neither is this blue, which i think is not only right, but better because it avoids having to use not. so how am i wrong?
These assimilations will take a while to become natural!
This sounded like "Essem kék" to me. (And I wondered what "essik" might mean.)
I spent a long time, once upon a time, wondering why Hungarian parents would snap some weird expression like "To him the charm!" (wtf?) at their children.
Eventually I figured out that Ne kiabálj sounds like neki a báj...
And this is Hungarian, a phonetic language! Imagine the chaos that goes on in English! :)
------ even closer, try romanian . . .
Big 6 feb 19
Kek is like a Turkish kök.