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Let's Learn Hungarian Together!

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Jó napot! I made a blog so we can all learn Hungarian together! It's called Learn Hungarian With Me

Let me know what you think!

1 year ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/germanwannabee

Köszönöm szépen! That looks really neat, I'll be watching for your weekly posts.

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/TseDanylo
TseDanylo
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Yes, next week we will be looking at basic grammar :)

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/germanwannabee

Sounds great :)

1 year ago

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Regarding to your first entry "Welcome! Szíveszen":
It is incorrect I suppose you wanted to say "Szívesen", but that's means "you are welcome" literally translates "With pleasure" you can use it as a reply to "thank you" and as an adjective "like I'd do it with pleasure".

If you want the translation of "welcome" you should say "Üdvözöllek" or "Üdvözlet" (it sounds a bit old fashioned and a wee bit formal) or "Köszöntelek" (okay this last one means "greetings" and sounds a bit pathetic)

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/TseDanylo
TseDanylo
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Thank you, I'll try to change it (I'm only new to Blogger) :)

1 year ago

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garpet
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Pronunciation:
I'd prefer to say "dark" or "lot" as a good example of "a" but "pot" is okay.
"Gy" it's easier to understand if you say it's like "d" in "duke" or in "during".
"Ly" and "j" are pronounced the same (that's why the hungarian spelling excercises consist 80% of "ly or j" problems), so you should use the same word.
"Q" only appears in foregin words so it depends on the languge of their origin, but by rule it should be pronounced as "coo" [kú] in the word "cool". In case of "quasi" you'd say "kvázi" not "kúzi" as it comes from latin and the latin rules applies. I'd suggest you to exclude this letter as there are no hungarian words using this letter (hungarised latin words are usually written with "kv").
"Ty" is pronounced like the "t" in "tube".
"W" is pronounced the same as "v".

Regarding to Raimund's comment on that page: Yes it is correct, however it should be written as "angol- és spanyoltanár" because "angoltanár" is a person who tecahes english, "angol tanár" is a person who was born in england but could be a physics or a math teacher as well.
"Én nem vagyok magyar, én amerikai.." well after "amerikai" he should use vagyok again. The correct sentence would be "Én nem vagyok magyar, én amerikai vagyok". As the original sounds like "I am not Hungarian, I American" :)

1 year ago

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TseDanylo
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OK, I'll give them a link to your explanation :)

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/IvritMiron12
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In the Welcome part, the Szíveszen rightly is Szívesen. So a good blog, if you have a question, you can ask me, I am a native!

1 year ago

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TseDanylo
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Thank you :)

1 year ago

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1 year ago