I walked past this business the other day on the street in Budapest. What kind of services do you think they offer? Take your best guess below, then hit “Submit” and see the answer and explanation!
Reader question: “két” or “kettő”
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.
Hungarian shopping: What kind of cookie is this?
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!
Beginning Hungarian: “Kérjük csengessenek!”
I came across this simple sign today. Can you figure out what it means? Test yourself by guessing the correct answer, then click on “Submit” to see the answer and an explanation! Also, is this in formal or familiar Hungarian?
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