In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The new languages include Czech, Danish, Dutch, Greek, Hungarian, Norwegian, Polish and Swedish.
- Interestingly, as seen in the last column, despite being spoken by a nation in continental Europe, Hungarian is not an Indo-European language.
- ‘Finding interpreters who can go from Hungarian into Estonian won't be easy,’ frets one official.
- His books have been translated into several languages, including German, Dutch, French, Hungarian and Japanese.
- People say that Hungarian is the language of the future, and it always will be.
- The emails can use a variety of different languages including English, French, Spanish and Hungarian.
- Compulsory language training in Hungarian was forced on Slovak children, and Hungarian became the official language.
- The songs would have to be coached by someone who knows the song style and is fluent in Hungarian, a difficult language.
- Names in Finnish, Estonian, and Hungarian are omitted because they are not Indo-European languages.
- The English language has had an impact on how Hungarian Americans speak Hungarian.
- Most countries in Europe have their own languages, be it Danish, Hungarian, Finnish, German, Polish, etc.
- In the border provinces, Italian, Slovene, Croatian, Hungarian, and Czech are also spoken.
- The Estonian language, along with Finnish and Hungarian, is one of the few surviving languages in the Finno-Ugric group.
- Finnish is one of the most isolated languages of Europe, distantly related to Hungarian and Turkish but spoken by very few non-Finns.
- Estonian belongs to the Finno-Ugric linguistic group, related closely to Finnish and more distantly to Hungarian and various languages spoken in Siberia.
- In 1920 Hungarian was spoken by three-quarters of the population, but by 1971 only one-quarter of the population could speak the language.
- Cox was a serious amateur philologist and had reading knowledge of the Romance languages along with Hungarian, Polish, Greek and German.
- He studied more than fifteen languages, including Hebrew, Hungarian, Arabic, and Lithuanian.
- However, Dr Rogers will continue to maintain interest in the college and may write books in Hungarian.
- He speaks seven languages including English, French, Italian, Dutch, Hungarian, and Romanian.
2(person)húngaro masculinehúngara feminine
- At the same time, German troops, followed by Italians and Hungarians, invaded Yugoslavia.
- Why didn't those Hungarians, Czechs and Poles realise that?
- One-third of Hungarians then lived outside Hungary.
- Poles, Hungarians, and ordinary Russians saw us as credible champions of their democratic aspirations.
- Whether in the end it was the Hungarians who chased the Russians out or not is debatable.
- Any chance of the Hungarians bouncing back from that loss was shattered by events which went far beyond the disappointment of sporting defeat.
- The Poles, the Czechs, and the Hungarians made their political choice.
- Trade is a two-way street and our free-trade agreements with the Poles, Czechs and Hungarians are as much an opportunity for them as for us.
- His passing will be mourned by the Greeks, Croats, Hungarians, Italians and any other ethnic group you can name.
- The Hungarians finished 8th as a team, an improvement over the 1983 World Championships.
- And it's because we felt that the Hungarians had a certain black humor which translated to this particular job.
- The final results in the separate events of the combined exercises showed that the Hungarians still have their hold on the pommel horse.
- Germans and Hungarians seem to be about the only peoples he liked.
- There are two opposing theories as to the origin of the Magyars, or native Hungarians.
- According to the national self-image, Hungarians are wine drinkers, but beer drinking is more common.
- Most English people differ from Hungarians in one crucial respect.
- The only significant ethnic minorities are Slovenes, Croats, and small numbers of Czechs and Hungarians.
- Ethnic Hungarians, or Magyars, make up the majority of Hungary's 10 million people.
- The campaigners estimate that up to a tenth of all Europeans and a quarter of all Hungarians live or work in floodplains.
- The second was to try to beat the Hungarians at the European Championships.
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