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Hungarian tongue twisters (Nyelvtörők)

Fekete bikapata kopog a patika pepita kövezetén
A black bull-hoof knocks on the pharmacy's tesselated pavement.

Mit sütsz, kis szűcs? Sós húst sütsz, kis szűcs?
What do you bake, little furrier? Do you bake salty meat, little furrier?

Sárga bögre, görbe bögre.
Yellow mug, crooked mug.

Egy kupac kopasz kukac, meg még egy kupac kopasz kukac, az két kupac kopasz kukac.
One heap of bald maggots plus another heap of bald maggots makes two heaps of bald maggots.

Nem minden tarka szarka farka tarkabarka, csak a tarkabarka fajta szarka farka tarkabarka.
The tails of not all dappled magpies are calico, only the tails of the calico magpies are calico.

Az ipafai papnak fapipája van, ezért az ipafai papi pipa papi fapipa.
The priest of Ipafa has a wooden pipe, therefore the priest-pipe of Ipafa is a priest-woodpipe.

Te tetted e tettetett tettet? Tettetett tettek tettese, te!
Did you do this feigned deed? You doer of feigned deeds!

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