A magyar nyelvről:
About The Hungarian Language:
Good morning Jó reggelt (yow raig-gailt)
Good day/Good afternoon Jó napot (yow naw-pot)
Good evening Jó estét (yow esh-tayt)
Good night Jó éjszakát ( (yow ez-so-kaat)
Good-bye Viszontlátásra (vee-sont-laa-taash-roh)
Yes Igen (ee-ghen)
No Nem (nem)
Thank you Köszönöm (kö-sö-nöm) ö: as in bird, herd
0 nulla (nool-loh)
1 egy (edj)
2 kettő (ket-töh)
3 három (haa-rom)
4 négy (naidj)
5 öt (öt)
6 hat (hot)
7 hét (hait)
8 nyolc ( njolts)
9 kilenc (kee-lents)
10 tíz (teez)
- Jakob Grimm; Fairytale writer and the first German grammar scientist (XIX century):
" ...the Hungarian language is logical, has a perfect structure and surpasses every other language. ".
- N. Erbersberg; Viennese scientist (XIX century):
"In the structure of the Hungarian language, as if the assembly formed by linguists would have it that there is any regularity, firmness, consistency and clarity. "
- George Bernard Shaw; One of the most quoted playwrights in history (http://music.cbc.ca/#/blogs/2012/4/Quote-of-the-day-George-Bernard-Shaw-bites-your-ear):
"I can say with confidence - after I have studied the Hungarian language through many years - that I could have created a far more precious and worthy literary work of my life if I had had the possibility to do it by Hungarian. I claim this simply because this strange, powerfull language is the most capable to write about the differences and details of the minor, secret human emotional nuances."
- Grover S. Krantz; American researcher:
"The Hungarian language ......I find that language Neolithic transition, preceded the start of the New Stone Age ... all the sedentary among the Hungarian language is the oldest. "
- Ove Berglund; Swedish physician and translator:
"Now that I have an idea of the structure of language, it is my opinion: the Hungarian language is the top product of human logic." (Hungarian National 2003rd XII. Second p.5.)
- Edward Teller; Nuclear physicist:
"... Excellent new discovery that ONE language is, that is the Hungarian." (Mai Nap, Budapest, 1991. 9)