OHWAD-Basic words





here; to this place (also a prefix!) – implies that there is / will be / was a movement of coming to this place




Memory hook:

IDA, come here.


Example sentences:

Nézz ide a szemembe!
Look me in the eyes!
[Look-you here the eye-my-in!]


Ide tudod adni a telefonom légyszi?
Can you give me my phone please?
[Here can-you give the phone-my please?]


Related terms:

oda – there, to that place (also a prefix!)
itt – only “here”; more static term for here than “ide” (no movement included) – e.g. “Itt lakom” – “I live here.”



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