Spoken by 15 million people worldwide, Hungarian is the official language of Hungary and is also spoken in Austria, Slovenia and Ukraine.
One of the official languages of the European Union, Hungarian is part of the Uralic language family and is very different to the languages of its neighbouring countries. Interestingly, a stone now in the Yarmouth County Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada, is thought to contain Old Hungarian inscriptions, potentially proving that Hungarian explorers had been to that area of the world before Columbus. Some linguists believe that Hungarian is the oldest language out of all Euro-Asiatic languages. Just like English, Hungarian does not have a grammatical gender. However, Hungarian is a notoriously difficult language to learn because of its complex grammar and the vast differences to other European languages. Although Hungarian uses the Latin alphabet, there are several additional letters.
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