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Well, it sounded like I imagine Hungarian to sound like. So bravo Tricours. Bravo.
It was great! Bravo! :-) When you said "holland orvosok" and "ennek ellenére", you sounded exactly like a native speaker.What you need to pay attention to is the distinction between long and short sounds (both consonants and vowels), and the c sound (which is exactly the same as German z).But why on earth did you choose an article about the effect of coffee on diabetes?? (BTW I think that seven cups a day is a bit extreme!)
You are alive!! :) Köszönöm szépen a kommentárát! I will pay more attention to those things :)I had just read that article, that's why I chose it. It was of a good length as well!
Hey, it was really nice!!! :) Congrats!! I agree with Halabund, the only thing you really should pay more attention to is long/short vowels. Otherwise, chapeau! :D
Thank you Cathy! :)