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Great Grandma’s Hungarian Kitchen


”One and a half million of our people staggered out to America” – lamented Attila József* in his great poem Hazám (My Homeland). The great wave of emigration he refers to was in the first decade of the 20th century and now the grandchildren are coming back to discover their cultural roots.

In the small village […]

By |November 21st, 2016|Memorable Classes|0 Comments


The Fungarian Team is pleased to announce the winner of a free trip we offered to the 200th reviewer. It’s Ms Cherry Maloney from Melbourne, Australia who visited us on March 30th. Cherry gave a positive review, very pleasing, however she was unhappy to be on her own. She would have preferred to be part […]

By |April 23rd, 2016|Memorable Classes|0 Comments

Gone with the wind

Michael Lee from Atlanta had a keen interest not only in the language but in Hungarian history too. He turned out to be a born talent to pronounce Hungarian words correctly. He was surprised to learn that many Hungarians still associate Atlanta with Margaret Mitchell’s bestseller. The popularity of this otherwise mediocre novel was owned […]

By |May 31st, 2015|Memorable Classes|0 Comments