I have started using duolingo.com for a couple a weeks now to refresh my german. I have to say I really like it and started to be addicted to it. I even started some Spanish or Italian to see how it look like.
Eléggé elégette-e? [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡɛtːe e] – (Whether) Has he/she burnt it away sufficiently?
Eléggé elégette. [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡɛtːe] – He/she has burnt it away sufficiently.
Eléggé elégett-e? [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡetː e] – Has it been burnt away sufficiently?
Eléggé elégett. [ˈɛleːɡːeː ˈɛleːɡetː] – It has been burnt away…
Second part of our marathon learning the imperative after the first part 2 weeks ago.
Today I learned :)
This guys became fluent in Hungarian 3 months. For him learning a language is only a matter of attitude, there is no such “Hard language” :)
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.
This tuesday it was me and Linda again (although Alex joined us later and helped us read the text). We didn’t study any new grammar; instead we were practicing past tense. So, not a big post today.
Yesterday we continued learning past tense — now in plural. First part is here:Yesterday we continued learning past tense — now in plural. First part is here:
OK, today we were studying past tense (singular). By “we” I mean Linda and I; Dima is on vacation and Alex has some personal issues. We only covered singular, but both definite and indefinite conjugations.
Ma regel voltam a magyaórán. Mihail beteg volt sájnos es pedig Dima privát dologjat kellet csinalni, ezert egyedul voltám.
Ma reggel voltunk a magyarórán. Dima nem volt it, szabadság volt, csak Mihail és én.
Directions: haza (prefix)
Today we were learning the proper way to form accusative case — of nouns, adjectives, and numbers.
Today Hungarian course we learned to describe properly the position relative to someone. For example, “In front of me, next to you, under us....”