Jo a magyar
This week we started to cover the imperative form of the Hungarian language. It is a big piece of the grammatical so we covered only part of it. The rest will be for next week.
Imperative in Hungarian is possible in all the 6 cases (I, you, he/she, we, you, they) Yes you read it properly. In most of the language it is only with You, while imperative is used to give order to someone or a group of people, but here we can have all the 6 form possible which gives a tiny different meaning to the sentence.
The imperative is recognisable with the letter “j” into the word. Usually you have the verb + “j” + person ending
As we can’t prononce “sj” or “szj”, in this case we remove the “j” and double the “s”, the “sz” or the “z”
(a,o,u,e,i,ö,ü) + t + “j” transform in > “ss”. Same as before, we can’t prononce the “tj” so we replace by double “s”