When the topic of the Hungarian language comes up, perhaps the most common impression one hears is that it sounds really difficult. Obviously, we think of it differently as native speakers, but from time to time, it is useful to recall how unique the language we speak is.
We have repeatedly reported on how various sources consider the Hungarian language complex and extraordinary. For instance, according to English (American) native speakers, Hungarian is a foreign language of almost nuclear difficulty. As FSI reports, one must study Hungarian for one year, putting everything else aside in order to acquire the language.
A few years ago, language teachers were asked about the difficulties that, for example, English, German and French students have with the Hungarian language. What are the most significant challenges? In what terms is Hungarian different?
Every language is beautiful and unique, although some are more complicated than others for foreigners to learn, even on a basic level. Hungarian is definitely one of them. The following video is here to prove it: