Hungarian Language

Hungary’s official language Hungarian is additionally widely spoken western Ukraine, central Romania, Slovakia and northern Croatia. It is a member of the Uralic language family, Mansi and Khanty are its closest related languages. Relying on archaeological researchers, Hungarian started to be distinctive from Uralic language in the 17th century. The alphabet contains 25 consonants and 14 vowels. Consonants make Hungarian distinctive because most of the consonants occur as geminates (in a pair or duplicated). Hungarian grammar rules follow vowel harmony, and it is agglutinative similarly other languages that belong to the Uralic family. Suffixes are attached to the end of the words and can change the meaning.