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Hungarian Vocabulary for English Speakers: 3000 Words

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Hungarian Vocabulary for English Speakers: 3000 Words

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13 lug 2013
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This book is a learning tool for mastering basic Hungarian vocabulary. It will help you obtain a solid base in your knowledge of the Hungarian language. The 3000 words contained in this edition will aid in your understanding of simple phrases and hone your composition skills. This manual will also be an invaluable reference during any trip abroad where the Hungarian language is spoken. Simple transcriptions of each word will assist in the memorization of reading rules. Once you have mastered even only 70% of the words contained in this vocabulary guide, you will be able to say: “Yes! I speak a little Hungarian!”

The vocabulary contains 101 topics including: Basic concepts, Numbers, Units of measurement, The most important verbs, Time, Calendar, Day and night, Months, Seasons, Travel, Sightseeing, City, Shopping, Clothing & Accessories, Cosmetics, Telephone, Phone conversation, Foreign languages, Meals, Restaurant, Family members, Furniture, Household appliances, Weather and more ...

This book is intended to help you learn, memorize and review over 3000 commonly used Hungarian words. Recommended as additional support material to any language course. Meets the needs of both beginners and advanced learners. Convenient for daily use, reviewing sessions and self-testing activities. Allows you to assess your current vocabulary. This book can also be used by foreign learners of English.

Revised Edition, July 2013. Ref. SW0713

Pubblicato:
13 lug 2013
ISBN:
9781780710051
Formato:
Libro

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PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Letter

Hungarian example

T&P phonetic alphabet

English example

Vowels

A a

Anna

[ɒ]

cotton, pocket

Á á

bál, gyár

[a:]

calf, palm

E e

ember

[ɛ]

man, bad

É é

hét, tér

[e:]

longer than in bell

I i

tilos

[ı], [i]

tin, see

Í í

ír

[i:]

feet, meter

O o

torta

[o]

pod, John

Ó ó

[o:]

fall, bomb

Ö ö

könyv

[ɜ]

shorter than in certainty

Ő ő

ők

[jɔ:], [ɜ:]

yourself, girl

U u

futball

[u]

book

Ú ú

út

[u:]

pool, room

Ü ü

büszke

[y]

fuel, tuna

Ű ű

művelt

[y:]

longer than fuel

Consonants

B b

bunda

[b]

baby, book

C c

arc

[ʦ]

cats, tsetse fly

D d

ad

[d]

day, doctor

F f

fal

[f]

face, food

G g

drága

[g]

game, gold

H h

huzat

[h]

home, have

J j

táj, gyapjú

[j]

yes, New York

K k

kút

[k]

clock, kiss

L l

alma

[l]

lace, people

M m

most

[m]

magic, milk

N n

nép

[n]

name, normal

P p

polc

[p]

pencil, private

R r

rádió

[r]

rice, radio

S s

sál

[ʃ]

machine, shark

T t

zárt

[t]

tourist, trip

V v

leves

[v]

very, river

Z z

zene

[z]

zebra, please

Combinations of letters

cs

papucs

[ʧ]

church, French

dz

edzö

[ʣ]

beads, kids

dzs

dzsem

[ʤ]

joke, general

gy

légy, gyors

[dʲ]

median, radio

ly

mély

[j]

yes, New York

ny

torony, nyelv

[ɲ]

canyon, new

sz

száz

[s]

city, boss

ty

korty, bástya

[t]

tune, student

zs

zseb

[ʒ]

forge, pleasure

ya

anyag

[ɔ]

bottle, doctor

Comments

* Letters Qq, Ww, Xx, Yy used in foreign words only

BASIC CONCEPTS

1. Pronouns

I, me

én

[e:n]

you

te

[tɛ]

he, she, it

ő

[ɜ:]

we

mi

[mi]

you (to a group)

ti

[tı]

they

ők

[ɜ:k]

2. Greetings. Salutations

Hello! (fam.)

Szervusz!

[sɛrvus]

Hello! (form.)

Szervusztok!

[sɛrvustok]

Good morning!

Jó reggelt!

[jɔ: rɛggɛlt]

Good afternoon!

Jó napot!

[jɔ: nɒpot]

Good evening!

Jó estét!

[jɔ: ɛʃte:t]

to say hello

köszönt

[kɜsɜnt]

Hi! (hello)

Szia!

[sıɒ]

greeting (n)

üdvözlet

[ydvɜzlɛt]

to greet (vt)

üdvözöl

[ydvɜzɜl]

How are you?

Hogy vagy?

[hodʲ vɒdʲ]

What's new?

Mi újság?

[mi u:jʃa:g]

Bye-Bye! Goodbye!

Viszontlátásra!

[visont la:ta:ʃrɒ]

See you soon!

A közeli viszontlátásra!

[ɒ kɜzɛli visont la:ta:ʃrɒ]

Farewell! (to a friend)

Isten veled!

[iʃtɛn vɛlɛd]

Farewell (form.)

Isten veletek!

[iʃtɛn vɛlɛtɛk]

to say goodbye

elbúcsúzik

[ɛlbu:ʧu:zık]

So long!

Viszlát!

[visla:t]

Thank you!

Köszönöm!

[kɜsɜnɜm]

Thank you very much!

Köszönöm szépen!

[kɜsɜnɜm se:pɛn]

You're welcome

Kérem.

[ke:rɛm]

Don't mention it!

szóra sem érdemes

[sɔ:rɒ ʃɛm e:rdɛmɛʃ]

It was nothing

nincs mit

[nınʧ mit]

Excuse me!

Bocsánat!

[boʧa:nɒt]

to excuse (forgive)

bocsát

[boʧa:t]

to apologize (vi)

bocsánatot kér

[boʧa:nɒtot ke:r]

My apologies

bocsánatot kérek

[boʧa:nɒtot ke:rɛk]

I'm sorry!

Elnézést!

[ɛlne:ze:ʃt]

to forgive (vt)

bocsát

[boʧa:t]

please (adv)

kérem szépen

[ke:rɛm se:pɛn]

Don't forget!

Ne felejtsen!

[nɛ fɛlɛjʧɛn]

Certainly!

Persze!

[pɛrsɛ]

Of course not!

Persze nem!

[pɛrsɛ nɛm]

Okay! (I agree)

Jól van!

[jɔ:l vɒn]

That's enough!

Elég!

[ɛle:g]

3. Questions

Who?

Ki?

[ki]

What?

Mi?

[mi]

Where? (at, in)

Hol?

[hol]

Where (to)?

Hova?

[hovɒ]

Where … from?

Honnan?

[hoŋɒn]

When?

Mikor?

[mikor]

Why? (aim)

Miért?

[mie:rt]

Why? (reason)

Miért?

[mie:rt]

What for?

Miért?

[mie:rt]

How? (in what way)

Hogyan?

[hodɔn]

What? (which?)

Milyen?

[mijɛn]

Which?

Melyik?

[mɛjık]

To whom?

Kinek?

[kinɛk]

About whom?

Kiről?

[kirɜ:l]

About what?

Miről?

[mirɜ:l]

With whom?

Kivel?

[kivɛl]

How many?

Hány?

[ha:ɲ]

How much?

Mennyi?

[mɛŋi]

Whose?

Kié?

[kie:]

4. Prepositions

with (accompanied by)

együtt

[ɛdʲytt]

without

nélkül

[ne:lkyl]

to (indicating direction)

-ba/be

[bɒ] / [bɛ]

about (talking ~ ...)

-ról/ről

[rɔ:l] / [rɜ:l]

before (in time)

előtt

[ɛlɜ:tt]

in front of …

előtt

[ɛlɜ:tt]

under (beneath, below)

alatt

[ɒlɒtt]

above (over)

fölött

[fɜlɜtt]

on (atop)

-n

[n]

from (off, out of)

-ból/ből

[bɔ:l] / [bɜ:l]

of (made from)

-ból/ből

[bɔ:l] / [bɜ:l]

in (e.g., ~ ten minutes)

múlva

[mu:lvɒ]

over (across the top of)

keresztül

[kɛrɛstyl]

5. Function words. Adverbs. Part 1

Where? (at, in)

Hol?

[hol]

here (adv)

itt

[itt]

there (adv)

ott

[ott]

somewhere (to be)

valahol

[vɒlɒhol]

nowhere (not anywhere)

sehol

[ʃɛhol]

by (near, beside)

mellett

[mɛllɛtt]

by the window

ablak mellett

[ɒblɒk mɛllɛtt]

Where (to)?

Hova?

[hovɒ]

here (e.g., come ~!)

ide

[idɛ]

there (e.g., to go ~)

oda

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