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There are too many people, wellknown people, even public speakers who use "Thanks you" when someone compliments them. I was wandering - as my mother tongue is Hungarian and only my third language is English - wether the "Thanks you" is correct or not since I've heared it so many times. At highschool we were taught to say "Thank you" but is was already 25 years ago, there could have been changes in the English grammer, who knows... I am not an expert for sure. The influencers I follow through social media are all under 30, they must have fresh knowledge about the correct form of " Thanks you " or " Thank you ". I would be really glad if you could help me out because it makes me really confused. This expression is used each and every day, it's important to know the gramatically spotless form. Thank you
There is this bachelor party next weekend in Budapest and I am collecting some useful expressions.
I've never thought that a language could trick me, but the Hungarian is at least as trying like Russian. Btw there is this boy I'd like to impress at my uni -Prague- and he comes from a little town near Budapest. Omg he is so smart and nice, of course goodlooking too, so I really want to impress him time to time.
I am collecting the most common Hungarian expressions. Learning languages is my hobby.
I haven't found any good explanations so far. Please help me, thanks.
I am viziting my fiance's family in Hungary, Budapest next week. In Italy we genuinely apreciate if a foreigner knows and says a few words in our beloved language. I thought ok, it would be fun to learn some magyar but I have never thought it would be so tiring.
I am travelling to Hungary next week hopefully and would like to learn the very basics. My fiance is Hungarian, I am Italian, won't be easy meeting her parents. I'd like to be respectful and learn at least a few words and expressions.