English to Hungarian Translation

Population: Of the approximately 10 million Hungarian speaking people living in 2005, 3.05 million had access to the Internet.

Search engines: http://forumkereso.huhttp://www.goliat.huhttp://www.google.co.huhttp://www.hudir.hu,http://www.linkfactory.infohttp://www.megaport.huhttp://www.weblink.hu

Character Encodings:

Language Code: hu

Charset: iso-8859-2

Geographical Location: Hungarian is the official language of Hungary, one of the official languages of Vojvodina and an official language of three municipalities in Slovenia along with Slovene. It is officially recognized as a minority language in Austria, Croatia and Slovakia.

Literacy Rate: 99.3%

Dialects: The dialects of Hungarian are: Alföld, West Danube, Danube-Tisza, King's Pass Hungarian, Northeast Hungarian, Northwest Hungarian, Székely and West Hungarian. The Hungarian Csángó dialect is mainly spoken in Bacau County, Romania and closely resembles medieval Hungarian.

Currency: Hungary uses the forint (HUF), which is not divisible.

Language Tips: Hungarian is a language in which the words are formed by joining smaller words together. Most grammatical information is given by adding to the end of a word. This means that it’s possible to create some extremely long words in Hungarian. The language is unique in having two words for the colour red. One tends to refer to artificial things, and the other to living things. There are separate words for brothers and sisters depending on their age and no separate words for son and daughter. Hungarian uses the Roman alphabet with additional accented characters.

On a typical business card: Your business card should be translated into Hungarian, although the spelling of English addresses needn’t be translated. Although Hungarian uses a different order for names (placing the family name first), foreign names are usually left in their original form so you shouldn’t change the order of your name.

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