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This sentence was initially added as a translation of sentence #6326664
added by maaster, September 25, 2017
linked by maaster, September 25, 2017
edited by carlosalberto, September 25, 2017
Corrected typo (Don"t ➜ Don't)
Abrigado ➜ Obrigado. ;-) [In Hungarian, "a" sounds "o", right?]
Es war nur ein Typo.
Tja, das "arigato" hat mich nur verwirrt.
I don't know if it is because of the Portuguese jesuits in Japan or it's just a coincidence, but I guess the first option is more likely.
Well, the Hungarian "a" that almost no one else besides the Finns can pronounce -,nevertheless this sound is not at all that complicated to say out, for me at least (Ha-Ha!) - is not a sound "o". We also have sound o (and ó as well; analog to the Spanish sounds). But what, in the most other languages, is "a"we write á. (This situation is different as in the case of o and ó. "A" is simply "a".
I'd suggest listening to it by Google Translator, but many persons cannot differentiate the Hun. sounds "a" and "o" at all, however they're not the same.
The part of the Hungarian people that lives in Slovakia or in Transylvania or in Serbia (after the First and Second WW) strangely can't say out "our a" as well.
I'd wish "Good night!", but I know that the sun always shines in Brazil. :)))
Yes! Now I am still in daylight. ;-) Thank you so much!
You are welcome.
Is this really the most natural way to say this?
[#6327323] Don't let yourself be provoked into saying something that you'll regret.
[#6327322] Don't let yourself be provoked into doing something that you'll regret.
[#6327320] Don't let yourself be provoked into saying something that you may regret.
[#6327319] Don't let yourself be provoked into doing something that you may regret.
[#6327318] Don't let yourself be provoked into losing your temper.
[#6327317] Don't let yourself be provoked into a fight