DJANGO, the savior of the weak.
Nyelvekből jó vagyok, de matekból nagyon gyenge.
I’m good at languages but very weak in maths.
[Languages-out-of good am-I, but maths-out-of very weak.]
Két hétig beteg voltam és még mindig gyenge vagyok.
I was sick for two weeks and I’m still feeling weak.
[Two weeks-for sick was-I and still weak am-I.]
erős – strong (but also “spicy”)
legyengül – to get weaker (e.g. from a disease)
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