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Forty words of love in Hungarian

Forty words of love in Hungarian

Indoeuropean languages today / Lenguas de raiz indoeuropea hoy en día - Vox

25 maps that explain the English language

Indoeuropean languages today / Lenguas de raiz indoeuropea hoy en día - Vox

Hungarians don’t ask little children “Why are you crying?” They ask “Why are you giving drinks to the mice?" (Miért itatod az egereket?)

The 17 funniest Hungarian expressions (and how to use them)

Hungarians don’t ask little children “Why are you crying?” They ask “Why are you giving drinks to the mice?" (Miért itatod az egereket?)

'Hungary' in other languages  #learnhungarian  http://www.uniquelanguages.com/#/5-reasons-to-learn-hungarian/4583138195

'Hungary' in other languages #learnhungarian http://www.uniquelanguages.com/#/5-reasons-to-learn-hungarian/4583138195

Austrian-Hungarian Language Diversity

Austrian-Hungarian Language Diversity

Present-day regions in Europe where the Hungarian language is spoken

Present-day regions in Europe where the Hungarian language is spoken

Hungarian Language

Hungarian Language

Madziar lendziel ki ju borat

Madziar lendziel ki ju borat

How To Speak Hungarian with Barbara Palvin,  i-D magazine Dec 2014

How To Speak Hungarian with Barbara Palvin, i-D magazine Dec 2014

A language family tree. Minna Sundberg’s illustration maps the relationships between Indo-European and Uralic languages. The creator of the webcomic Stand Still. Stay Silent, put the illustration together to show why some of the characters in her comic were able to understand each other despite speaking different languages. She wanted to show how closely related Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic were to each other, and how Finnish came from distinct linguistic roots.

A language family tree - in pictures

A language family tree. Minna Sundberg’s illustration maps the relationships between Indo-European and Uralic languages. The creator of the webcomic Stand Still. Stay Silent, put the illustration together to show why some of the characters in her comic were able to understand each other despite speaking different languages. She wanted to show how closely related Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic were to each other, and how Finnish came from distinct linguistic roots.


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