In the last podcast, Györgyi gave an enthusiastic recommendation for the 2001 Hungarian film “Moszkva tér” (Moscow Square), which is set in Budapest in 1989 and gives a retro look back at the city at that time. The city, of course, has changed so much since then. As we mentioned in the podcast, even Moszkva […]
For this week, I’ve chosen another fairly common idiom: szedd a lábad! (get moving) It’s in informal Hungarian speech, and we use it to motivate somebody to get up and get moving! Usage: Siessünk, szedd a lábad! – Hurry up, get moving! Try it out on someone you’d like to motivate into action!
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Have you ever taken the 4-6 tram in Budapest? It’s actually two different tram lines that both start at Széll Kálmán tér in the Buda part of the city, and circle around Pest before returning to Buda, where the no. 6 line ends at Móricz Zsigmond körtér, and the no. 4 line ends at Újbuda-központ. […]
In our last podcast, Györgyi recommended one of her favorite Hungarian pop groups, Jazz + Az (pronounced “Jazz meg az”). The group was formed in the late 1990s by Péter Geszti, who has recently turned into an impresario of sorts since becoming a mentor in the Hungarian X-Factor talent show a few years ago. Earlier […]