I would like to meet the person, who is able to count eighty-two flying bees above the grass. Good enough for the Guinnes Book!
Maybe it was a scientific experiment, so they counted the bees before letting them fly :)
I said that "eighty-two bees fly above the grass," and the system marked it as wrong. What's wrong with this sentence?
How does the word "méh" behave in the -val/-vel case? Would it become "méhhel" with a long "h"? Wiktionary says it's "méhvel" - would that be pronounced as [meːhvɛl] or [meːvɛl]?
"Eighty-two bees fly over the grass." Rejected by our friendly little instructor, Mister Owl (Bagoly Úr) - but I think it's alright. No?
Are words ending in h common in Hungarian, and is the h at the end always silent?