Hungarian has official status in Hungary. It is also one of 24 official languages used in the European Union. It is also prominent in Slovakia, the western part of the Ukraine, in the North areas of Serbia, Croatia, and Slovenia, and in the southern part of Poland. Due to the Treaty of Trianon, there were many ethnic Hungarians being displaced from their homes and communities, and these have resulted in many Hungarian communities in a variety of areas around the globe.
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Hungarian belongs to the Uralic language family. Hungarian is a peculiar language in that linguists have not been sure for a while how to classify the language exactly due to its unique characteristics. Earlier, it was considered part of the Turkic Language family. However, most recently, it has been classified in the Uralic language family. Other languages in this family include Finnic languages such as Finnish. The academic battle over whether Hungarian is a Turkic language or a Uralic/Ugric language was called the Ugric-Turkic battle. Vocabulary influences, however, stem from a variety of sources, including Latin, Greek, Germanic languages, Slavic languages, and more. However most of these loanwords have been assimilated into the language; that is they have adopted Hungarian characteristics of word formation, spelling, and pronunciation. VEQTA can provide a translator from Hungarian to English that is perfectly bilingual.