Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Hungarian guide

The Pictorial Hungarian vocabulary guide is now available.  Hungarian is a very unique language and according to linguists isn't related to any other European language. You certainly get that idea when you hear it spoken.

I had the pleasure of recording two Hungarian volunteers in Austin, Texas. Beata and Levi Peto here pictured with their pets Pupák (buddy in Hungarian) and Tök (pumpkin). Please visit the Hungarian vegetables page to hear the proper pronunciation of Tök and learn other veggies.


Beata first came to the USA to meet Cesar Millan, the "Dog Whisperer". She was invited to his dog dog psychology center where she ended up helping train two of Cesar's dogs: Blizzard & Junior. While Cesar's specialty is making dogs psychologically normal, Beata teaches them advanced tricks and behaviors. During her stay in Los Angeles she met her husband Levi who had come years earlier as an aspiring Rock musician.


During the recording I got the opportunity to try Mézes Puszedli, hungarian ginger cookies. Yum!

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