Hungarian Lesson 5-1-11

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Hungarian Lesson 5-1-11
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Hungarian singular possessives endings
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  1. What are the singular possessive endings?
    • -m
    • -d
    • -a/-e
    • -unk/-ünk
    • -tok/-tek/-tök
    • -uk/-ük
  2. What are the singular possessive endings with linking vowels?
    • -om, -am, -em, -öm
    • -od, -am, -em, -öd
    • -a, -e
    • -unk, -ünk
    • -otok, -atok,-etek/-ötök
    • -uk/-ük
  3. What is the linking vowel for singular possessive endings?
    The same linking vowel that is used for the nominative plural (-k).
  4. What are the 1s., 3s. and 3p forms of the singular possessive for húg (younger sister)?
    • húgom
    • húga
    • húguk
    • (Irregular, most back vowel words in -g have the element j in 3rd s. & p.)
  5. What are the 1s., 3s. and 3p forms of the singular possessive for ágy (bed)?
    • ágyam
    • ágya
    • ágyuk
    • (Regular, soft vowels are not followed by the -j element, but note that the linking vowel is -a- rather than regular
    • -o- thus ágyak.)
  6. What are the 1s., 3s. and 3p forms of the singular possessive for zseb (pocket)?
    • zsebem
    • zsebe
    • zsebük
    • (Regular, front vowels in stops do not have the element -j).
  7. What are the 1s., 3s. and 3p forms of the singular possessive for ismerös (acquaintance)?
    • ismerösöm
    • ismeröse
    • ismerösük
    • (Regular, sibliants do not take -j element)
  8. What are the 1s., 3s. and 3p forms of the singular possessive for szoba (room)?
    • szobám
    • szobája
    • szobájuk
    • (Regular, ends in a vowel so uses -j element)
  9. What are the 1s., 3s. and 3p forms of the singular possessive for ló (horse)?
    • lovam
    • lova
    • lovuk
    • (Regular, a stem in -v does not take the -j element. Accusative singular and nominative plural are lovat and lovak.)
  10. What are the 1s., 3s. and 3p forms of the singular possessive for kenyér (bread)?
    • kenyerem
    • kenyere
    • kenyerük
    • (Regular, stems that shorten a final vowel do not take the -j- element).

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