This meeting was a simple one. Well maybe not that simple, because the Finnish and the Hungarian languages are maybe the most difficult ones. So this time we took a look on both of the language’s abc. The Finnish ABC has 29 letter the Hungarian one has 44. Both of the language has some letter which they don’t use in their original native words. Like the Finnish they don’t really use the letter “Z”. And the Swedish has the same ABC as the Finnish.
After we wrote the whole ABC, we matched each one with a word like B as “Bambi” (deer child) in Finnish and B as “Bot” (stick) in Hungarian. So now we have a bunch of word to study. Next time we are going to a museum.