The true story of the Hungarians in England

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The United Kingdom is one of the top destinations for Hungarians when it comes to living abroad. However, as of January 1, 2021, everything has changed, as the United Kingdom, including England, is no longer a member of the European Union. However, there are still several thousand Hungarians (about 80,000 according to official data, but the number may be much higher) living there or planning to try their luck in one of the popular cities of the island. The destination is usually London, but since life is expensive there, many people want to try their luck in the surrounding suburbs or gatherings.


The true history of the Hungarians in England c. In this volume the author discusses the difficulties of moving abroad and living abroad, the importance of language learning, the nature of the English language, and most importantly, the Europeans who live there. We can also learn what life is like in an outside company, how to behave at work and with colleagues, and perhaps most importantly, how to overcome the homesickness that haunts us after so many months.

Life in London is expensive

As mentioned, most Hungarians live in London, and we also have more opportunities here in terms of jobs, but life here is expensive. So it is worth considering several cities: Bristol, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, or if you want the beach, Brighton, not far from London.

“You did really well to get out, but also to come home after a whole year. That’s right. I gained a lot of experience, went on a trip, got to know the country, and conquered a homesickness. One of the biggest benefits of living outdoors is that you learn English very well.” Once I got home, it permeated my whole life, which made it a lot of benefits for me, both at work and in my private life. I like watching movies in English as well as reading in English. However, it is very difficult to fight at the beginning of this step, and for good Fortunately, it is a general experience that people outside are cooperative,” added Robert Nagy, author of the book.

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Learning English in the age of the Internet

Anyone who has socialized since the internet age will be in touch with English from an early age, using the internet and using computers and smart devices. The English language has become a part of their everyday life, they learn it faster and use it regularly.

Robert Nagy also devoted a separate English language skills class to the Hungarian community, as well as his favorite spot, Stonehenge, which is part of the World Heritage.

So anyone who thinks, especially after reading a book that fills in the blanks, that they want to start a new life now, should be prepared that good language skills don’t guarantee anything. It is different to speak English well at home and to prevail in England. This is an adventure full of adventures and not an impossible mission at all!

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