13 Best Hungarian Language Fiction

List Updated May 2020

Bestselling Hungarian Language Fiction in 2020


Hungarian: Learn Hungarian Bundle 2-1 (Hungarian: in a Week! & Hungarian: 1062 Most Common Phrases & Words): Hungarian Language for Beginners (Learn Hungarian, Hungarian, Hungarian Learning)

Hungarian: Learn Hungarian Bundle 2-1 (Hungarian: in a Week! & Hungarian: 1062 Most Common Phrases & Words): Hungarian Language for Beginners (Learn Hungarian, Hungarian, Hungarian Learning)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Katalin Street (New York Review Books Classics)

Katalin Street (New York Review Books Classics)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

Hungarian: in a Week! Learn Hungarian In Less Than 24 Hours: The Ultimate Crash Course For Beginners (Hungarian, Hungary, Travel Hungary)

Hungarian: in a Week! Learn Hungarian In Less Than 24 Hours: The Ultimate Crash Course For Beginners (Hungarian, Hungary, Travel Hungary)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020

I Love to Help (english hungarian children's book,bilingual hungarian books for kids) (English Hungarian Bilingual Collection)

I Love to Help (english hungarian children's book,bilingual hungarian books for kids) (English Hungarian Bilingual Collection)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020

Hungarian: 1062 Most Common Phrases & Words: Speak Hungarian, Fast Language Learning, Beginners, (Hungary, Travel Hungary, Budapest)

Hungarian: 1062 Most Common Phrases & Words: Speak Hungarian, Fast Language Learning, Beginners, (Hungary, Travel Hungary, Budapest)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020

Colloquial Hungarian: The Complete Course for Beginners (Colloquial Series)

Colloquial Hungarian: The Complete Course for Beginners (Colloquial Series)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020

Learn Hungarian: 300+ Essential Words In Hungarian - Learn Words Spoken In Everyday Hungary (Speak Hungarian, Hungary, Fluent, Hungarian Language): Forget pointless phrases, Improve your vocabulary

Learn Hungarian: 300+ Essential Words In Hungarian - Learn Words Spoken In Everyday Hungary (Speak Hungarian, Hungary, Fluent, Hungarian Language): Forget pointless phrases, Improve your vocabulary
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020

Hungarian Phrasebook: The Ultimate Hungarian Phrasebook for Travelers and Beginners (Audio Included)

Hungarian Phrasebook: The Ultimate Hungarian Phrasebook for Travelers and Beginners (Audio Included)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020

Top 10 Budapest (DK Eyewitness Travel Guide)

Top 10 Budapest (DK Eyewitness Travel Guide)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
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Hungarian for Kids - Verbs Storybook: Hungarian language lessons for children

Hungarian for Kids - Verbs Storybook: Hungarian language lessons for children
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020

Ketogenic Diet: Lose Up to 20 Pounds, 4 Inches and Restore Overall Health! -- in 21 Days ( New Research, New Recipes )

Ketogenic Diet: Lose Up to 20 Pounds, 4 Inches and Restore Overall Health! -- in 21 Days ( New Research, New Recipes )
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020

Gesta Hungarorum: The Deeds of the Hungarians (Central European Medieval Texts)

Gesta Hungarorum: The Deeds of the Hungarians (Central European Medieval Texts)
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020

Lonely Planet Europe on a shoestring (Travel Guide)

Lonely Planet Europe on a shoestring (Travel Guide)
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020

The Written Language of Georgia

The Republic of Georgia has been a place where East meets West for thousands of years. That confluence is reflected in the alphabet and script of the Georgian language.

Georgia's roots predate Christianity, and it was the site of frequent conflict between the Roman Empire and the Persian Empire. The first known example of Georgian writing dates from about the fifth century. It was at that time that Christianity came to the region, through the efforts of Mesrob and others at the behest of the Eastern Roman emperors. Some Georgian scholars believe that the written language predates the birth of Christ but the evidence is inconclusive.

About Georgia.ge: "According to the traditional accounts written down by Leonti Mroveli in the 11th century, the Georgian alphabet was created by the first King of Caucasian Iberia/Kartli Pharnavaz in the 3rd century BC. However, the first examples of that alphabet, or its modified version, dates from the 4th-5th centuries AD."

The Georgian alphabet and script developed at that time seems to have borrowed from both Greek and Persian. The order of the letters resembles Greek and the curved letters take their influence from Persian. Historically there are three versions of the Georgian alphabet, the Asomtavruli, the Nuskhuri and the Mkhedruli. The Mkhedruli version is the one presently used by Georgians. In 2002 the Georgian government created a transliteration list that tied Georgian letters to a Latin script counterpart.

Omniglot, a website about scripts and alphabets, has much to say about the Georgian alphabet. The modern Georgian alphabet has 33 letters. The script does not differentiate between capital and lower case letters. It is written left to right and horizontally just as English is. Georgian has no symbols for numbers and each letter has a numeric values as well as an alphabetic one. Most commonly the Georgians use Western numbers, 0 through 9.

To illustrate the beauty of the Georgian written language, here is some sample text:

Hello. How are you? I am fine, thanks.

გამარჯობა. როგოáƒáƒ®áƒáƒ ? მე კარგად, გმადლობთ.

More information about Georgian can be found at the Armazi.com website, including some poems written in Georgian. Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty offer on-line listening for radio broadcasts in Georgian as does the Voice of America.

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