Hungarian is primarily spoken in Hungary. It is also used in some of Hungary's neighboring countries, such as Slovakia and Romania. Hungarian in its written form has unique sharp accents on its vowels. It is grouped as a Uralic language, meaning it has its origins in Asia. This gives it its distinct dialect difference from its neighboring countries, which predominantly speak Indo-European languages.
Hungarian is considered one of the most complex languages to learn because it has many complicated grammar rules and is generally an isolated language with no close relative languages. This also gives it its uniqueness as a language because of how well preserved it is.