It’s actually turned out to be surprisingly easy to grade MNyD papers, which are written in Hungarian: partly because reading is easier than writing, listening, or speaking and partly because I’ve taken two Hungarian classes, but mostly because I graded the same problem in English for the NACLO, so I know what to expect. Means I’d probably have no problem helping grade the ILO’s Hungarian papers, but the point’s moot, since Mathcamp conflicts with it this summer.