"You are welcome" in Hungarian Hi guys, When saying "you're welcome" in reply to "thank you", what is the difference between: -szívesen -nincs mit -kérem or are all three identical in meaning? Thank you, Yair
Nov 4, 2018 4:04 PM
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'Szívesen' can be translated as 'you are welcome'. 'Nincs mit' would be 'de nada' in Spanish. :) 'Kérem' would be 'bitte' in German. All of them can be used as 'you're welcome' but 'kérem' is way more formal than the other two.
November 4, 2018
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