Csók – Kiss







Memory hook:

Her kiss tasted like chocolate.


Example sentences:

Csak egy csók volt. – It was just one kiss. [Only ony kiss was.]

Nagyon romantikus csók volt – It was a very romantic kiss. [Very romantic kiss was.]



csókol – he kisses



puszi, smaci, smár



Did you like today’s word? Do you have a favourite memory hook for it or do you get it into your brain in a completely different way? Did we miss something in the explanation? 
Share your thoughts, word visualizations or learning tips below in the comments and remember, the more you use a new word, the easier it will stick in your memory!

2 replies
  1. Alessia says:

    Hello. Thanks for this well planned exercise with the lovely neuro-visual connections. One small comment is on the suggested example: Her kiss tasted like chocolate. Actually the correct sound for “csòk” (I apologize for the different accent, my keyboard only has this one!) is the same as the English work “chalk” – in fact if I’m not mistaken, the word “chocolate” uses the same sound as “csak”.

  2. catchbudapest says:

    Dear Alessia, thank you for pointing that out! 🙂 We intended to aid the memorising process with this sentence; we hope it helps even if the pronunciation is not completely accurate! But actually a kiss like chalk is even funnier 😉


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