OHWAD Weekend Challenge (#50)



It is Sunday and therefore time for our Sunday Summary, or as we call it:

The OHWAD Weekend Challenge

Challenge yourself and take the quiz below in order to repeat this week’s words.

(If you have to cheat, here are the links to this week’s words 1 2 3 4 5 6.)

1. Szűk


2. Mutat


3. Festék


4. Nadrág


5. Eszköz


6. Lusta


Question 1 of 6

And now try to build a sentence with the 6 words.

Be creative and let your inner genius shine, it doesn’t’ matter if the sentence doesn’t’ make sense from a logical point of view. It is all about having fun and giving your curious brain new end exciting possibilities to anchor the new words in your memory.


We hope you rocked the thing, or at least had some fun!
And don’t forget to let us know your special sentence in the comments below!
As a reward, you will never ever forget these five words again ?



Wanna learn more?


4 replies
    • catchbudapest says:

      Thanks for this great sentence, Sherylee!!

      I suppose that with “festékező” you mean the painter – that would be “festő”.

      If he is pointing to his tight pants, that would be “nadrágjáRA” mutat (pants-his-on).

      So the sentence would go: A lusta festő a szűk nadrágjára mutat. (The lazy painter points to his tight pants).

      Keep up the great work! 🙂

      All the best – Juli

      • Sherylee says:

        Thanks Juli! That “verb at the end trick” is quite confusing to me still. Is there a “rule” about that, or is is semi-random? I know about the most important parts of a sentence being before a verb, so is that all I have to think about?

        • catchbudapest says:

          Well, it’s kind of what you said – “semi-random”. True – it’s supposed to be the most important part of the sentence that comes first, but it’s often hard to define what the most important part is. For Hungarians it’s kind of like a “feeling” thing and what sounds better. Going with another word order isn’t necessarily wrong – it just sounds somewhat unnatural. In this case I’d say that the most important part of the sentence is the “tight pants”, that’s what you want to emphasise, not that he’s pointing to them…


Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.