Igazán? Egy óvónő azok mellett a méhek mellett repül?
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 :)
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]?
I think you still pronounce the H in the word. It doesn't go silent.
-------- my hungarian (beekeeper ) wife says that one says, "me'hevel " or because there's always more than one bee, "me'hekkel " . . .
Big 23 jun 20
I said that "eighty-two bees fly above the grass," and the system marked it as wrong. What's wrong with this sentence?
Nothing. Keep reporting :-)
Are words ending in h common in Hungarian, and is the h at the end always silent?
------- not common, but when they're there, they are pronounced with an unvoiced glottal fricative similar to the ch in "ach" in german, the j in spanish, etc
Big 25 feb 19
Names have it - Hórvath, Toth, Németh, Cséh, Vegh, etc. BigWayne is right.
"Eighty-two bees fly over the grass." Rejected by our friendly little instructor, Mister Owl (Bagoly Úr) - but I think it's alright. No?
The audio for this sentence was very difficult for me to understand even though I know all of the words. After "nyolcvanket" the rest was gibberish.
Are you sure that wasn’t 82 flying kindergarten teachers?!
The kindergarten teachers were flying over the bees over the grass! LOL
I have to play it over and over again - almost like a rap song with a turntable lol.