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Chapter 2 Vocabulary

This is vocabulary from Chapter 2 of Colloquial Hungarian

TermDefinition
ablak window
csésze cup
egy a, one
kés knife
mi? what?
párna pillow
repülőjegy plane ticket
repülőt plane
takaró blanket
ülés seat
üveg bottle
villa fork
Ez egy csésze --> Ezek csészek
Az a kés --> Azak kések
Ez egy gyerek Ezek a gyerekek
Az egy film --> Azok a filmek
Az szülő amerikai --> Azok szülők amerikaiak
Az egy párna Azak a párnak
A anya antropológus Azok anyak antropológusok
Francia Frenchman / Frenchwoman
hol? where?
légiutaskísérő flight attendant
ma today
nincs none
sok much, many
török Turkish man
utas passenger
utaslista passenger list
van is
újságok newspaper
mosdó bathroom
köszönöm thank you
van is
vannak (plural) is
nincs negates van
nincsen negates vannak
De jó! That's great
én I
gép machine
gépen on the machine
hát back
szia hi
szomszéd neighbor
Örülök hogy megismerhetem It is nice to meet you (formal)
Örülök hogy megismerhetelek It is nice to meet you (informal)
hátul in the back
Jó napot! Good day (I wish you)
orvos doctor
otthon at home
én I
te you (familiar)
ő he, she
ön you (formal)
maga you (familiar, formal)
mi we
ti you all (familiar)
ők they
önök you (formal)
maguk you (familiar, formal)
(Én) amerikai vagyok I am American.
(Te) magyar vagy You are Hungarian.
Ő hátul van. He is in the back.
(ön / Maga) jól van? Are you (formal, singular) well?
Mi franciák vagyunk. We are French.
(Ti) kedvesek vagytok. You (familiar, plural) are nice.
(ők) elöl vannak. They are in the front
(önök / Maguk) jól vannak? Are you (formal, plural) well?
Mi francíak és ők német. We are French, and they are German.
Gábor egy történész, én egy tanár. Gabor is a historian, I am a teacher
A amerikai utasok elöl vannak. The American passengers are in front.
ők kedvesek? Are they kind?
A gyerekek hátul vannak? Are the children in the back?
Focus words These are words that disrupt word order in a sentence, ex: nem, nincs, nincsenek and ki, mi, hol
Én tanár vagyok. I am a teacher.
Én nem vagyok tanár. I am not a teacher.
Én itt vagyok. I am here.
Ki van itt? Who is here?
Én vagyok itt. I am here (in response to Ki van itt?).
A fiúk vannak itt. It is the boys who are here.
(Mi) németek vagyunk. We are German.
(Ti) franciák vagytok. You are French.
A lányok magyarok. The girls are Hungarian.
Mi franciák vagyok. We are French.
Az utasok törökök? Are the passengers Turkish?
Én nem vagyok tanár. I am not a teacher.
örülöm, hogy megismertem. I am glad to meet you.
Ez itt német úsjág? Is this a German newspaper?
Szia! hi / bye
Sziasztok! hi / bye to several friends
Szervusz! hello / goodbye to one friend
Szervusztok! hello / goodbye to several friends
Csókolom hello / goodbye said from a man to a woman or children to older people
Legyen szíves! please (formal)
Légy szíves! please (familiar)
Köszönöm szépen. Thank you very much.
Kösz / Köszi Thank you (familiar).
Szívesen You're welcome
Bocsánatot kérek. Excuse me.
Elnézést. Excuse me.
Pardon! Excuse me.
Viszontlátásra! Goodbye (formal).
Viszlát! Bye (familiar).
Jó reggelt kívánok. Good morning (formal).
Jó napot kívánok. Hello, good day, good afternoon
Jó estét kivánok. Good evening.
Jó éjszakát. Good night.
Csókolom abbreviated form of Kézet Csókolom ("I kiss your hand")
magázás / önözés formal forms of maga and ön
tegezés familiar form of te
pertut inni a phrase that switches the conversation from formal to informal
Created by: SamB91
 

 



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