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Hungarian translation: Szervusz, hogy vagy?

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15:56 Dec 23, 2003
English to Hungarian translations [Non-PRO]
General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters / letter
English term or phrase: hey, how are you?
hello, how have you been? I did some research and I have decided to write the beggining in hungarian. I hope you can understand this. I miss you a lot and I hope to see you soon!
kristen
Hungarian translation:Szervusz, hogy vagy?
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5 +6Szervusz, hogy vagy?
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Szervusz, hogy vagy?


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Yuri Smirnov
Local time: 23:47
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agree  Csaba Ban: OK. Alternatively: "Szia, hogy vagy?"
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agree  Kathrin.B
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agree  Laxci
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agree  perke: A 'szia' közvetlenebb
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agree  Maxipocak
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agree  Andras Kovacs: It's still correct after so many years :)
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