Le se tudom tenni a könyvet, amit most olvasok, annyira izgalmas.
I can’t even put down the book I’m currently reading as it’s so exciting.
[Down neither can-I put the bok(acc.), which now read-I, so-much exciting.]
Nem túl izgalmasak a napjaim mostanában, de nem bánom.
My days aren’t particularly exciting nowadays, but I don’t mind.
[Not too exciting(pl.) the days-mine nowadays, but not mind-I.]
izgalom – excitement
izgi – colloq. abbreviation of “izgalmas” often used in natural speech.
lebilincselő – gripping
lenyűgöző – fascinating
unalmas – boring
unalom – boredom
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