Complete Hungarian

Complete Hungarian

Zsuzsa Pontifex


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Do you want to be able to listen to, speak, read and write Hungarian confidently? Do you want the convenience of being able to learn at home or on the move? Whether you are starting from scratch, or are just out of practice, Teach Yourself Complete Hungarian will guarantee success!

The course is structured in thematic units based on real-life situations and with an emphasis on communication, so that you effortlessly progress from introducing yourself with everyday situations, to using the phone and talking about work.

Not much time? Get started with a 1-minute introduction to the key principles of the language.

Grammar Follow easy-to-manage steps to give you a clear understanding of the language.

Vocabulary Use clearly marked lists to make it easy to find and review the most useful vocabulary.

Dialogues To help you speak and understand fast.

Pronunciation Don't like like a tourist! Perfect your pronunciation before you travel.

Insights Look out for lots of instant help with common problems and quick tips for success, based on the author's many years of teaching experience.

Features Make full use of the wealth of convenient ebook features, including highlighting, making notes and a built-in dictionary.

Progress Rise to Level B1 of the Common European Framework for Languages: Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and ambitions.

Test yourself Use the unit tests to keep track of your progress.

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Zsuzsa Pontifex:
Zsuzsa Pontifex was born in Hungary and has a degree in Hungarian and English from Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest. She has studied Russian and English literature in Moscow and London. After three years teaching English and Hungarian in a Budapest secondary school she moved to Britain, where she worked for the Hungarian section of the BBC World Service. Since 1990 she has been running Hungarian Language Services (HLS), a language school and translation/interpreting agency which teaches Hungarian to diplomats, businesspeople and private individuals. She also sets Hungarian language exams for the Foreign Office and the Institute of Linguists.