Thursday, August 31, 2006

2.8% milk

This morning as I was getting ready for Hungarian language class, I ate some “Mini Zimtos” (think Life cereal meets Golden Grahams) with some 1.5% milk on them.  It is impossible here to get any type of milk other than 1.5% or 2.8%.  There is no skim milk, nor regular 1% or 2%.  And it all comes liters, although you do have a choice of a pouch or a carton.  I still don’t know how to say milk in Hungarian, or else I’d tell you how right now.  We have started learning the language a bit though.  This morning we learned numbers one through 10,000.  Pretty good for one morning, eh?  I can also say good morning (jo reggelt) and good day (jo naput), thank you (kosonom), and one or two other random things. 


Posted by Emily MacLeod on 08/31 at 05:14 AM
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