This is what I think about Hungarian that I desperately try to comprehend (the language is from the / language :: click to zoom :: finnish

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This is what I think about Hungarian that I desperately try to comprehend (the language is from the Finno-Ugric group as Finnish)
KaynnistyttelijaHe who makes something start up itself repeatedlyKaynnistelyKaynnistytysRepetitive starting up'1he act makin9something start up itself.KaynnistytellaTo make something start up itself repeatedlyKaynnistelijaHe who starts up (repeatedly)Kavelyttaa KaynnistellaTo start up

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Kaynnistyttelija He who makes something start up itself repeatedly Kaynnistely Kaynnistytys Repetitive starting up '1he act makin9 something start up itself. Kaynnistytella To make something start up itself repeatedly Kaynnistelija He who starts up (repeatedly) Kavelyttaa Kaynnistella To start up \ (repeatedly) Kaynnistyttaa To make something start up itself Kaynnistyttely The act of making something start up itself repeatedly Kaynnistya To start up itse Kaynnistaja He who starts up Kaynnistyttaja He who makes something start up itself Kavely Walk Kaynnistaa -— Kaynnistys Kavellja To start up Starting-up Kayttaytyminen Behavior WELCOME TO THE FINNISH LANGUAGE Untranslatable Kayttàytya To behave Kaytto Use Kaytannollistelemalla Witn the one that was mack Kaytannollistely Kaytannollistelija The act of making practical He who make$ practjca, (repeatedly) (repeatedly) kayttoinen »hf-mui-.u-.o Kaytan noil istel la To make practical Kaytos Kaytan nossa repeatedly) №cn»8,Hsyyf /^nneiiistys / / I / The act of making practical Kaytanto Kaytannollinen Kaytannollistaa Practice Practical \ To make practical \ Kaytanne ............................ Kaytannollistaja Practice Kaytannollisestl He who makes practical Practicall' Kayttaja User >!e but Kayskentelija Stroller Kaytannollisimmin The most practically Kaytannollisemmin More practically madefKac-tkal Kaytannollistelemallaan With the one that he made practical \ Kaytannollistelemallaankin Witn the one that he made practical too Kaytannollistelemallaankmko With the one that he made practical too? Kayvasti Adequately Kayvimmin The most adequately Kayvammin More adequately Kaytannollistattaa / " To make someone make practi Kaytannollistatys The act of making someone make practical Kaytannollistelemallaankinkohan With the one that he made practical too. I wonder? Kaytan nôllistattaja Kaytannollistatella To make someone make practical repeated ne wno mai le make practica Kaytannollistattely The act of making somec ike practical repeatedly Kaytannollistattelija He who makes someone make practical repeatedly
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may i ask what do u get by learning finnish? what they have to offer?
Lucas Cavalcanti Lucas Cavalcanti05.08.201405:56responselink 0.0
not finnish, I'm learning Hungarian because I fall in love with Hungary (and its thermal spas and the lowest prices in Europe)

my former love was France, so I speak French a little :)
Re-L May Re-L May05.08.201406:12responselink 0.0
im gonna learn japanese. well good luck to us id say
Lucas Cavalcanti Lucas Cavalcanti05.08.201406:53responselink 0.0
oh yeah, japanese is one of the most mindfucking languages for the european state of mind
Re-L May Re-L May05.08.201406:57responselink 0.0
well i dont know bout the northern europe but southern europe which has plenty latin languages they probably wouldnt have so much problem dealing with japanese.
Lucas Cavalcanti Lucas Cavalcanti05.08.201408:39responselink 0.0
You don't want to live here.. Yes there is the lowest prices but the lowest salary too..:p
ksricsi ksricsi05.08.201410:11responselink 0.0
I don't care because I work on the internet
Re-L May Re-L May05.08.201419:46responselink 0.0
Its good to see the people falling in love with Magyarország.
We are full of natural treasures ofc but its not just like that...if someone comes here one can instantly feel the vibes here are that heart robbing.

And if you are learning the language you are even more cooler because if you master it and learn to think in hungarian you will be able to solve many questions better.
pegazus pegazus 05.08.201417:57 response link 0.0
i dont wanna fall in love with anything called magyarorszag. lol
Lucas Cavalcanti Lucas Cavalcanti05.08.201420:04responselink 0.0
they read "gy" and as soft "d", "sz" as "s"
so it sounds pretty good: [madjarorsag]
Re-L May Re-L May06.08.201416:28responselink 0.1
It's the Chinese of the Europeans :-)
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi05.08.201409:51responselink 0.0
TCi/ ~~"A Ji.A..A.^7 **jY4j;{f+i<:'Y'{f<J.rMarft IIt's some kind of elvishrFUNNY P1CTURCS QUOTES COU can't read it
Re-L May Re-L May05.08.201419:45responselink 0.1
I know a bunch of Japanese, but ts one of those languages that you probably will never be able to master in a lifetime. I learned only like 600 characters in class and taught myself another 200 kanji but i have a long way to go. I think that this much puts me as a junior high schooler in japan.
Shimonz Shimonz06.08.201401:24responselink 0.0
so maybe you can watch anime without subs?
Re-L May Re-L May06.08.201416:25responselink 0.0
definitely he can. the vocabulary used in animes is quite poor.
Lucas Cavalcanti Lucas Cavalcanti07.08.201401:36responselink -0.1
oh senpai, desuuuu
Re-L May Re-L May07.08.201415:25responselink 0.0
I do watch anime without subs, it helps me learn more! There are some comedies that I need the subs for because they use really high level grammar and intonations to make jokes but just a few.
Shimonz Shimonz07.08.201420:22responselink 0.0
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