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eBook Hallo, Itt Magyarorszag!: Student Book 1 (Hungarian Edition) ePub

by Jozsef Erdos,Csilla Prileszky

  • ISBN: 9630583038
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Jozsef Erdos,Csilla Prileszky
  • Language: Hungarian
  • Publisher: Akademiai Kiado (November 1, 2005)
  • Pages: 171
  • ePub book: 1925 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1522 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 779

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This book has been great for practicing Hungarian. It covers grammar, vocabulary, and practical situations. It covers grammar, vocabulary, and practical situations

This book has been great for practicing Hungarian.

ISBN 13: 9789630583039. Jozsef Erdos; Csilla Prileszky.

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Erdős József – Prileszky Csilla: Halló, itt Magyarország! Magyar nyelvkönyv külföldieknek.

Course content and schedule: 1st of February, Monday. Erdős József – Prileszky Csilla: Halló, itt Magyarország! Magyar nyelvkönyv külföldieknek.

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Anyway I would like to reccommend the following book (note I do not have Hungarian fonts yet), ‘Hallo, itt Magyarorszag!’ by Erdos Jozsef and Prileszky Csilla

Anyway I would like to reccommend the following book (note I do not have Hungarian fonts yet), ‘Hallo, itt Magyarorszag!’ by Erdos Jozsef and Prileszky Csilla. It is a red and green book with white lettering and says ‘Akademiai Kiado’ at the top. It comes with 2 workbooks and 1 key. The key is in English, German, French, and Italian, AND it comes with 2 CDs.

This course gives proficiency in everyday Hungarian, based on well-founded grammatical knowledge both at beginners' and intermediate level and can be used in the classroom as well as for individual learning. 1st and 2nd volumes contain: twenty, identically structured units; clear tables summarising the most important grammatical constructions; a glossary of new words; revised texts which introduce the learner to the most common speech situations; picture exercises to improve oral fluency as well as exercises to practice contemporary written and oral language and grammar. The audio material contains the readings of the units and some of the sample dialogues. The supplementary volume includes: a key to the exercises; a glossary of words and grammatical terms in five languages (Hungarian, English, German, French and Italian); a Hungarian-English and Hungarian-German contrastive introduction to the new vocabulary and grammatical constructions of each individual unit.

Comments

Azago Azago
Right from the get go, the simple grammar and useful conversations help you understand and use the language of Hungary today.
You don't need to learn or know grammar terms or language to get into spoken Hungarian with this text for foreigners. The third book is an answer key and dictionary for English and German speakers with French and Italian in the dictionary section. It's easy to self test or to cheat with the answer key. Either way, you'll learn in a conversational manner.
Cerekelv Cerekelv
There are no translations for any of the vocabulary, but there are illustrations to go with the text. It has the most basic of pictorial explanations for the grammar. It lays out the different sections very well, but this book works best in a classroom setting, with a teacher guiding you through.
Ganthisc Ganthisc
This book has been great for practicing Hungarian. It covers grammar, vocabulary, and practical situations. But beware--there is no English to go along with the Hungarian, so it would not be practical for someone trying to learn the language on their own.
Vivados Vivados
This book's scope is ideal for people who has a slight Hungarian background and can deal with basic Hungarian structures. I fully recommend this book.
fightnight fightnight
The name gives the idea of a book that teaches hungarian to foregners through the discription of hungarian life and places. Except one lesson, this is not true. There are too many exercises without answer. Only after bying the book that one discovers that it is necessary to by another book in order to get the answers.
LONUDOG LONUDOG
would appreciate a mini-dictionary of english-hungarian words because it is not always easy to work out what the hungarian word means
I am hcv men I am hcv men
I purchased the 2 volume set and the supplementary volume (which contains the answer key). I thought I could use this for self-study. But after the 7th chapter, I felt this would work best with a teacher's guidance, in a classroom setting. Right now, the books are gathering dust on my shelf, while I get a native Hungarian speaker to work with me on Skype.
If you want to learn Hungarian, this textbook is really great. It's approach is much simpler than Magyar OK. There is a supplement vocabulary that goes with both books 1 and 2, “Halló, itt Magyarország! – Kiegészítő kötet”. The isbn is 9789630581073. I recommend getting it because it makes the other two textboooks easier.