University of Westminster

Evening Language Course Hungarian. Grades 4 & 5 - Curso Nocturno de Idioma Húngaro. Niveles 4 y 5

University of Westminster
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  • Lugar:
    309 Regent Street
    London W1B 2HW
    Reino Unido


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.


Term 1

Careers and jobs, writing a CV, communication, modern way of life in Hungary, family life, planning and arranging programmes, making an apology and suggestion, language used at the bank and the post office, storytelling, Hungarian short story or novel.

Time clauses, the use of szokott, the cases of the personal pronouns, the cases of the demonstrative pronoun, use of verbs with suffixes (haragszik, kérdez, beszélget, nevet, szükségem van), the definite and indefinite conjugation of the past tense, postpositions, word order.

Term 2

Films and booking tickets at the cinema, Hungarian films, Budapest, writing film reviews, the internet, reading adapted Hungarian short stories or a novel, everyday situations, reading a diary, making requests and order.


The use of the imperative, reported speech, comparison of adjectives, word order of questions, word formation, forming complex sentences with de and mint, the role and use of co-verbs (be, ki, le, fel, meg), conjugation of special groups of verbs.

Term 3

Hungarian customs, everyday objects, the interior design of the house, the property business and moving houses, education, Hungarian towns and their sights, adapted short stories, Hungary’s past and present, student presentation work.

The imperative as subjunctive, reference words in clauses, verbs with suffixes, clause of purpose, relative clauses, word order with negation, the conditional, conjunctions.


talk about careers and professions
write a CV in Hungarian
organise a meeting, checking data
discuss new ways of communication
tell stories about personal life
talk about family life: special events
make an apology
accept and refuse suggestions
express yourself at the bank and the post office
read an adapted Hungarian short story or novel
understand Hungarian culture: Christmas preparation, traditional songs
discuss what film to see in a cinema
book a ticket in a theatre, for a concert
read and write film reviews
read an adapted Hungarian short story or novel
give advice
speak on the telephone
make enquiries in different situations
express different forms of requests and order
talk about Budapest, the capital of Hungary
talk about the internet
manage a diary
give a presentation on a chosen subject
understand Hungarian culture: Budapest in the past and present
understand more about Hungarian customs
discuss living in a big city or in the country
talk about moving house
describe the interior of a house and planning your own flat
express yourself at a hotel
explain traffic rules in different countries, recognise traffic signs
tell well-known stories in Hungarian
read Hungarian short stories
compare education in Hungary and Britain
argue for or against an issue
write a diary
express agreement and refusal
give a presentation on a chosen subject
understand Hungarian culture: historical events

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