some HUNGARIAN to translate...

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some HUNGARIAN to translate...

Postby Guest » 2004-02-26, 13:37

Well I just received a letter... and my friend likes to add some Hungarian words, and I like to know everything :wink: but I just borrowed my diccionary and I am a little ill so canąt go and check in the library... Maybe someone knows what does Továbbított levél could mean :?:

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Postby Guest » 2004-02-26, 13:37

Well I just received a letter... and my friend likes to add some Hungarian words, and I like to know everything but I just borrowed my diccionary and I am a little ill so canąt go and check in the library... Maybe someone knows what does Továbbított levél could mean

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Postby duko » 2004-02-26, 16:46

it means: "forwarded letter"
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Postby Zaduma » 2004-02-26, 18:43

duko wrote:it means: "forwarded letter"

How obvious... cause it was exactly a forwarded e-mail :wink: Anyway, THANKS A LOT :!: :!: :!:

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Postby Strigo » 2004-02-26, 19:48

What is the Hungarian order for adjective and noun?

adjective + noun : like English
noun + adjective : like Romance languages :?: :?:
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Postby Mara » 2004-02-26, 21:14

Strigo wrote:What is the Hungarian order for adjective and noun?


The order is same as in English: first comes the adjective, then the noun.
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Postby slovak1979 » 2004-03-01, 11:31

I just add some example:

nagy haz.....big house

nagy-small
haz-house

but declention in Hungarian is a NIGHTMARE :wink:
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