I can't see the video. :(
Sorry about that, and thank you for letting me know.I fixed it now :)
It's a beautiful name! I had wondered how to pronounce it.
Oops...well, Now I know how to say your name! I was pronouncing it "sue sue". Ha! Thanks for the explanation...I LOVE your accent, too! You speak (and write) very well. :)
Very lovely! Are you teaching your children the Hungarian language?
No :( They are learning German, though, and getting quite good at it. Hungarian is next! :)
But you probably liked it when Zsa Zsa slapped a cop!
Your comment just sent me down a rabbit hole of researching Zsa Zsa's life. Wow! She was a character.
I still can't see it. I'm in Australia, that may contribute.
I have been curious for a while, not about how to pronounce your name but about how much of your German accent you retain. Lovely to hear you have not lost it completely - German is so pretty.
Thank you for the video. My daughter's name is Zhanna (think - Hannah, with a Z), and is constantly being mis-pronounced.
I already guessed that your name would be pronounced like that.Here is a petition to sign for a persecuted german homeschool family, who asked for asylum in the US: https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/immediate-action-requested-romeikes%E2%80%94grant-permanent-legal-status-persecuted-german-homeschool-family/06vqtgCp?m=tBackground story: http://www.geiernotizen.de/beck-on-romeike
Du wirst immer meine kleine Tochter - und meine Zsuzsika bleiben . Mit Zsa Zsa auseden namen habt Ihr - Gott sei dank - nicht wiel ähnlich . Ich möchte Dir eine andere . Zsuzsanna Lorántffy erwähnen . Sie könte auch eine Worbild seinen .
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