Hungarian language courses

Utolsó módosítás: 2018. December 18.

LEVELS: Beginner course Intermediate course Advanced course

Beginner's course
The course aims at helping learners to achieve an overall Hungarian language proficiency of level A1, developing "generative language use" to interact in a simple way and ask and answer simple questions.
The 2-week course is to develop participants' language skills to:
1. Read and understand basic expressions and short, simple texts.
2. Engage in simple oral communications in order to provide and obtain essential information, using appropriate pronunciation. 3. Write basic, simple sentences leading to a paragraph.
4. Demonstrate limited control of essential grammatical structures.
Teachers will use the best course books to support the learning process as well as visual learning tools, such as pictures, symbols and short videos.


Intermediate course
At this level, participants will be becoming more fluent and will be able to speak more spontaneously with Hungarian-speaking people. This course progresses to using new and more challenging words and sentence structures.
The aim of the course is to teach participants to:
1. Understand topical matters, and explain their opinions, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of a situation.
2. Read and understand routine information and articles and the meaning of information in a familiar area.
3. Produce written work on a range of subjects.


Advanced course
The course is ideal for participants who want to learn Hungarian for work or study, and to communicate more effectively with native speakers.
By the end of the course they should be able to:
1. Express their opinion and hold discussions with native speakers on a fairly wide variety of topics with a level of fluency and spontaneity that makes communication possible without strain.
2. Understand people speaking Hungarian on radio and television, and understand the main points of complex pieces of writing.
3. Understand and write, clear and detailed text on a wide range of subjects, both concrete and abstract, including technical discussions in their field of specialisation, and express advantages and disadvantages of different points of view.


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