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Hungarian Sentences - Clothing Items / Buying Clothes

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Clothing - In A Shop

Do You Have Another Colour?
Van Másik Színben?
VOHN MAH-SHICK SEEN-BEN

How Much Is [The Hat / The Shirt]?
Mennyibe Kerül [A Kalap / Az Ing]
MEN-NYEE-BEH KEH-RULE [OH KOH-LOP / OZ ING]

How Much Is [This Hat / This Shirt]?
Mennyibe Kerül [Ez A Kalap / Ez Az Ing]
MEN-NYEE-BEH KEH-RULE [EZ OH KOH-LOP / EZ OZ ING]

This Is Very [Expensive / Cheap]
Ez Nagyon [Drága / Olcsó]
EZ NOH-JOHN [DRAH-GOH / OHL-CHOE]

I Am Just Looking Around
Csak Nézelődök
CHOCK NAY-ZEH-LUR-DURK

I Would Like To Buy [A Dress]
Szeretnék Venni [Egy Ruhát]
SEH-REHT-NAKE VEHN-KNEE [EH-JA ROO-HAT]

I Would Like To Buy [A Pair Of Shoes]
Szeretnék Venni [Egy Cipőt]
SEH-REHT-NAKE VEHN-KNEE [EH-JA SIH-PERT]

I Would Like [These Shoes]
[Ezt A Cipőt] Szeretném
[EHST OH SIH-PERT] SEH-REHT-NAME

I Would Like [Those Shoes]
[Azt A Cipőt] Szeretném
[OHST OH SIH-PERT] SEH-REHT-NAME

In Hungary the plural form is not used, so you actually say This Shoe (not These Shoes) and That Shoe (not Those Shoes). This is because they class one pair of something (i.e. Trousers or Shoes) as one item (i.e. Trouser and Shoe).

Do You Have A Size [37]
Van [Harminc Hetes] Méret
VOHN [HAHR-MINTS HEH-TEHSH] MAY-REHT

Do You Have A Size [42]
Van [Negyven Kettes] Méret
VOHN [NEDGE-VEHN KET-TEHSH] MAY-REHT

Do You Have A Size [43]
Van [Harminc Kilences] Méret
VOHN [HAHR-MINTS KIH-LENT-SEHSH] MAY-REHT

Do You Have A Larger Size?
Van Nagyobb Méret?
VOHN NOH-JOB.B MAY-REHT

Do You Have A Smaller Size?
Van Kisebb Méret?
VOHN KEY-SHEHB.B MAY-REHT

Where Is The Fitting/Changing Room
Hol Van A Próbafülke
HOLE VOHN OH PROE-BOH-FOOL-KEH (FOOL - French Accent)

What Size Are You?
Mi A Méreted
ME OH MAY-REH-TED

Do You Have A Tape Measure?
Van Egy Mérőszalagod
VOHN EDGE MAY-RUR-SOH-LOH-GOD

It Is Too [Short / Long / Tight / Loose]
Túl [Rövid / Hosszú / Szoros / Bő]
TOOL [RUR-VID / HOSS-SUE / SO-ROHSH / BUR]

It Does Not Fit Me (The Size Is Not Good)
Nem Jó A Méret
NEM YOE A MAY-REHT

That [Blue / Red] Skirt Is Beautiful
Az A [Kék / Piros] Szoknya Szép
OZ OH [CAKE / PEA-ROHSH] SOCK-NYOH SAPE

This [Blue / Red] Skirt Is Beautiful
Ez A [Kék / Piros] Szoknya Szép
EZ OH [CAKE / PEA-ROHSH] SOCK-NYOH SAPE

This Is Beautiful / That Is Beautiful
Ez Szép / Az Szép
EZ SAPE / OZ SAPE

I Don't Like That
Nekem Nem Tetszik
NEH-KEHM NEM TEHT-SICK

Put Ez (This) or Az (That) in front of the sentences when being specific about an item you may be holding or pointing to, such as a dress - I don't like this/that.

[Is This (or It) / Is That] New Or Old?
[Ez / Az] Új Vagy Régi
[EZ / OZ] HOY VODGE RAY-GEE

VODGE - VOH-JA. HOY - HOY without the H and a longer oo; possibly with a French accent!

[Is This / Is That] Dress New Or Old?
[Ez / Az] A Ruha Új Vagy Régi
[EZ / OZ] OH ROO-HOH HOY VODGE RAY-GEE

[My / His / Her] Favourite Colour Is Black
Kedvenc [Színem / Színe / Színe] A Fekete
KEHD-VENTS [SEE-NEM / SEE-NEH / SEE-NEH] OH FEH-KEH-TEH

Clothing - In The House

Can You Iron [My Shirt / My Dress]?
Kivasalnád [Az Ingem / A Ruhám]
KEY-VOH-SCHOLL-NAHD [OZ IN-GEHM / OH ROO-HAM]

Can You Iron [This / That] [Shirt / Dress]?
Kivasalnád [Ezt / Azt] [Az Inget / A Ruhát]
KEY-VOH-SCHOLL-NAHD [EHST / OHST] [OZ IN-GET / OH ROO-HAT]

The Washing Machine Is Broken
A Mosógép Elromlott
OH MOE-SHOW-GAYP EL-ROM-LOT.T

The Iron Is Not Working
A Vasaló Nem Működik / Nem Működik A Vasaló
OH VOH-SHOH-LOE NEM MOO-KER-DICK / NEM MOO-KER-DICK OH VOH-SHOH-LOE

The first version of the sentence interprets as "It is the iron that is not working" (iron is the focus) whereas the second sentence interprets as "not working the iron" (focus is on the not working). The first version would be a statement to a friend "don't use the iron, it isn't working" whereas the second version would be "I don't know why the iron is not working (i.e. when it has suddenly stopped working)".


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