Below Tünde and I have spoken many Hungarian words whereby we have purposely slowed down each word, syllable-by-syllable, so that you know how each syllable should be pronounced and how each word should be spoken as a whole; hopefully improving your learning and speaking of Hungarian.
Play each word twice or more, looking at its syllable notes at the same time, as the first attempt to play a word may be hindered by buffering; plus the fact you need to hear a syllable/word more than once anyway.
HÁZ (HOUSE) - HAHZ (HAZZ)
HÁZAK (HOUSES) - HAH-ZOCK
LAKÁS (FLAT) - LOH-CASH
APARTMAN (APARTMENT) - OH-PART-MOHN
TÁRSALGÓ (LOUNGE) - TARR-SHOL-GO
NAPPALI SZOBA (LIVING ROOM) - NOP-POH-LEA SEW-BOH
KONYHA (KITCHEN) - KOHN.Y-HOH
HÁLÓSZOBA (BEDROOM) - HAH-LOW-SOH-BOH
HÁLÓSZOBÁK (BEDROOMS) - HAH-LOW-SOH-BACK
FÜRDŐSZOBA (BATHROOM) - FUR-DUR-SOH-BOH
ALAGSOR (BASEMENT) - OH-LOG-SHORE
MENNYEZET (CEILING) - MEN-NYEH-ZET (Fake/Extension Ceiling)
PLAFON (CEILING) - PLOH-FOHN (Proper/Raw Ceiling)
MENNYEZETEK (CEILINGS) - MEN-NYEH-ZEH-TEK
TETŐ (ROOF) - TEH-TUR
TETŐK (ROOFS) - TEH-TURK
FAL (WALL) - FOLL (as in: Follow)
FALAK (WALLS) - FOH-LOCK
LÉPCSŐ (STAIRS/STAIRCASE) - LAYP-CHUR
LÉPCSŐHÁZ (STAIRWAY) - LAYP-CHUR-HAZ
HEDEG VÍZ (COLD WATER) - HE-DEG VEEZ
MELEG VÍZ (HOT WATER) - MEH-LEG VEEZ
GÁZ (GAS) - GAHZ
ÁRAM (ELECTRICITY/CURRENT) - AH-ROM
ÁRAM SZÁMLA (ELECTRICITY BILL) - AH-ROM SAM-LOH
VÍZ (WATER) - VEEZ
KŐMŰVES (PLASTERER) - KUR-MOO-VESH
FESTŐ (PAINTER) - FESH-TUR
VÍZVEZETÉK-SZERELŐ (PLUMBER) - VEEZ-VEH-ZEH-TAKE SEH-REH-LUR
VILLANYSZERELŐ (ELECTRICIAN) - VIHL-LOHNY-SEH-REH-LUR
PADLÓBURKOLÓ (TILER) - POHD-LOW-BORE-KOE-LOE
ÁCS (CARPENTER/JOINER) - AH-CHA (HATCH without the H)
ÉPÍTÉSZ (BUILDER) - AY-PEA-TACE (TACE - Ryhmes with: LACE)
NOTE: A tiler in Hungary normally fits/lays wooden flooring, lino flooring and tiled flooring, but might not do carpet. A carpet shop will normally recommend a carpet fitter if they do not have their own carpet fitter.
NOTE: Some painters can do gletting (plastering/skimming) too, but if not will normally out-source a plasterer.
NOTE: Builders in Hungary are normally project managers on big construction jobs. Meaning, the word builder is not really used like in the UK to mean a single person doing a bricklaying or home d.i.y job for example.
NOTE: Depending on the job size, time and costs, a tradesman will normally ask to be paid in installments for a large renovation job for example in order to pay their workers. However, if the job is just a quick one or two day D.I.Y job they will normally expect to be paid when that job has been completed.
ANYAGOK (MATERIALS) - OH-NYOH-GOCK
GLETT (PLASTER) - GLEHTT (Double T)
FESTÉK (PAINT) - FESH-TAKE
ECSETEK (PAINT BRUSHES) - EH-CHEH-TECK
CSÖVEK (PIPES) - CHUR-VECK
CSEMPE (TILES) - CHEM-PEH
MOSOGATÓ (SINK) - MOE-SHOW-GOH-TOE
CSAP (TAP) - CHOP
CSAPOK (TAPS) - CHOH-POCK
FÜRDŐKÁD (BATH) - FUR-DUR-KAHD
ZUHANY (SHOWER) - ZOO-HOHN.Y
VÉCÉ (TOILET) - VAYT-SAY
CÉ is pronounced with the spit sound, like the words Tay and Say are overlapping whereby the C sounds like T and S overlapping with a spit sound in the background.
AJTÓ (DOOR) - OHY-TOE
OHY is pronounced OH and YA overlapping. A bit like HOY but OH-YA. Breath the YA sound as you say the OH sound (a bit like breathing onto a mirror when doing a HA or UH sound, to get the mirror misty).
KAPCSOLÓ (SWITCH) - COP-CHOE-LOE
ÁRAM (POWER) - AH-ROM
VILLANYKÖRTE (LIGHT BULB) - VIHL-LOHN.Y-KUR-TEH (VIL-LANY KUR-TEH)
IZZÓ (BULB) - IHZ-ZOE (IHZ-ZOW) (can use: Égő - AY-GUR)
BOJLER (BOILER) - BOY-LARE
RADIÁTOR (RADIATOR) - ROH-DEE-AH-TOUR (modern saying)
FŰTŐTEST (RADIATOR) - FUR-TUR-TESHT (not used to describe a modern radiator)
BIZTOSÍTÉK (FUSE) - BIZ-TOE-SHE-TAKE
KONNEKTOR (SOCKET) - KOHN-NECK-TOUR
DUGÓ (PLUG) - DUH-GO
BÚTOR (FURNITURE) - BOO-TOUR