Reply to "I'm hungarian/ being hungarian"

My two cents:

I just thought I'd point out for what it's worth that it's much less common to say proud of being ..., Mehrdad. It's much more common to say proud to be ...:

It's more common to use proud of + noun phrase:

I'm proud of his decision to become a Hungarian citizen.

If we want a verb clause in lieu of a noun phrase, we'll use the optional that:

I'm proud (that) he's decided to become a Hungarian citizen.
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