Hungarian subtitling services
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A short history of the Hungarian language
Hungarian is a Finno-Ugric language and it is closely related to Finnish and Estonian. However, most people think it is a Slavic language like its neighbours, Slovakia and Slovania.
It is spoken by around 15 million people in Hungary, Romania, Serbia the Ukraine and Slovakia. You will also hear it spoken in the United States, Canada and Australia. There is a large Hungarian population in Transylvania, which used to be part of the Hungarian empire. It is the official language of Hungary.
There are many foreign words in the Hungarian language and they come from languages such as Iranian, Turkic, German and Romanian. However, Hungarian writing is influenced by Latin.
The first bible translation took place in the 1430s and the first Hungarian book was published in Krakow in 1533. 17th century Hungarian was similar to the language of today, but it wasn’t standardised until the 19th and 20th centuries.
There are a number of Hungarian dialects, including Alfold, West Danube and Northwest Hungarian. They are similar in grammar and speech and can be understood by each other. The language also has four forms for expressing politeness; two are informal and two are formal and used for business and show respect. The Informal form is used when speaking to family and older residents.