Our part-time Hungarian evening language classes run from September to June at our central London Regent Street Campus just a few minutes from Oxford Circus. They are taught by experienced language teaching professionals who are native speakers of the language or equivalent. Adult students of all ages and nationalities from a wide range of backgrounds take part-time Hungarian courses with us. You can also join a Hungarian evening class in January for the second semester if you already have some knowledge of Hungarian.
This Hungarian evening language class follows a communicative approach to language teaching. Our lessons focus on language that is required for communicating in authentic situations with an emphasis on speaking and listening. Your progress will be assessed on an ongoing basis through homework, assignments and performance in class. You will receive verbal feedback from your tutor on every lesson and written feedback with your homework
Holidays, travelling abroad, stories in the past, agreeing and disagreeing, a holiday abroad, family life, how to write a story, Christmas.
The possessive endings, the habeo structure, definite conjugation of irregular verbs, time expressions (Mikor? Meddig? Mióta?), verb endings -lak and -lek, past tense of verbs, word order (the preverb in the sentence), the verb in the focus of the sentence.
A working day, jobs, career prospects and job advertisements, learning languages, story reading, the biography of a Hungarian writer, biographies of famous personalities, well-known stories in the European folk tradition, cultural differences, expressing opinions, making arrangements, traditional festivals.
Irregular verbs in the past, questions and answers in the past, the possessive pronoun, the possessive with the demonstrative pronoun, word order – different words in focus, preverbs (verbs with modified meaning), constructions with the dative, adverbs of frequency, demonstrative pronouns with suffixes.
Party time, the language of invitation (formal and informal), family life, birthdays and name days, language used at the post office, stories, cultural differences, houses and flats, advertisements, household chores, student presentation work.
Question words used in the past tense, clauses in the past tense, irregular verbs in the past, verbs requiring nouns with suffixes, plural possessives, suffixes used with plural possessives, postpositions, cases of the personal pronoun, word order in sentences with the possessive, the suffix -ék
talk about past holidays, past events
read and understand simple advertisements
make formal enquiry based on advertisements
talking about going on holiday: geography and weather vocab
express agreement, disagreement and confirming right or wrong
explain how you spend your pastime: sport, music, hobbies
have authentic dialogues about family life
write simple stories in the past from personal experience
report past events
understand Hungarian culture: Christmas celebrations and traditions
address someone formally
give an account of your day at work
talk about working abroad: planning and arrangements
read job advertisements
talk about learning languages: the best ways
read and tell well-known stories in the past
convey simple cultural facts and make simple comparisons
give personal biographical information
enquire about someone else’s biography
conduct a telephone conversation to make simple arrangements
give a presentation on a chosen subject
understand Hungarian culture: traditional festivals
organise a party, invite someone for dinner
plan a family event
interact at the post office
read an adapted story and give a summary of it
greeting people formally and informally in different situations
discuss cultural differences in how to adapt in a foreign country
my house is my castle: the family home
describe your flat, your room
read advertisements of flats and houses
talk about activities at home, housework
give a presentation on a chosen subject
introduction to Hungarian culture: the traditional Hungarian home
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