I walked past this business the other day on the street in Budapest. What kind of services do you think they offer?
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Many people have told me that watching stand up comedians is a fun way to learn a foreign language. Unfortunately, Hungarian stand up comedy didn’t really exist when I began learning Hungarian over 20 years ago, but it has become rather popular over the past 10 years or so. The fake laugh track can be a bit annoying, but otherwise stand up comedy can be an interesting way to learn Hungarian.
I think that the popular comic András Péter Kovács (often known only by his initials in Hungarian, “KAP”) is quite talented, even if I don’t totally connect with his humor. Here’s a short clip of him telling a joke. Watch the clip, and answer the question below.
A transcript of his joke, along with an English translation, will appear after you submit your answer.
Here’s a basic but important question from Angela:
I would like to know the difference between ” két ” and “kettő” and in which contexts I can use them.
These are probably my favorite cookies (or sweet biscuits if you’re British!) here in Hungary. They appear under the “Győri Édes” brand. But what kind of cookies are they, according to the packaging? Do you know?
Take your best guess below, and click on “Submit” to see the answer and an explanation of the words!