🇭🇺 A legújabb Daily Word szövegünk egy tanács Lomb Katótól. Lomb Kató egy híres magyar nyelvzseni (habár ő magát nem tartotta annak): 16 nyelven fordított és tolmácsolt, és további 11 nyelven értett írott szövegeket. Olvassátok el a szöveget, és gyakoroljátok a kulcsszavakat Quizleten.
🇬🇧 Our latest Daily Word text was an advice from Kató Lomb. Kató Lomb was a famous Hungarian language genious (although she didn’t consider herself one): she translated and interpreted in 16 languages, and understood written texts in 11 further languages. Read the text and practice the key words on Quizlet.
Szólista / Word list
foglalkozik valamivel = to work on sth mindennap = every day nyelv = language ha = if jut idő valamire = to have time for sth
legalább = at least perc = minute monológ = monologue reggel = morning óra = hour különösen = especially értékes = valuable
szempont = aspect ki = who korán = to get up kel = to wake up szókincs = vocabulary ki korán kel, aranyat lel = the early bird gets the worm
🇭🇺 Hallgasd meg a kiejtést és gyakorold a szavakat Quizleten.
🇬🇧 Listen to the pronunciation and practice the words on Quizlet:
Do you ever feel that you will never speak Hungarian? Or that your progress is painfully slow? Or that you are stuck? Or that although you would really like to speak Hungarian, you just feel it’s a pain in the neck?
Try making learning Hungarian a daily habit.
Why? Habits drive our behaviour in powerful ways. You never have to gather the motivation to brush your teeth before going to bed: it’s a habit which means it’s automatic. When you build language practice into your habits, you automate your learning without much effort.
In the first part of our article series about making language learning a habit we will give you 5+1 tips on building habits.
In the first part of our article series, The power of dialogues, we’ve shown you why dialogues are an incredibly useful tool to improve your Hungarian, and in the second part, 18 tips to make the most out of dialogues, we’ve given you some ideas on how to work with dialogues. In the last part of our first article series with study tips, we’ll show you some resources where you can find dialogues.
In the first part of our article series (here) we told you why dialogues are an incredibly powerful tool to boost your Hungarian. In this article we are showing you 18 tips on how to make the most out of dialogues.
If you are learning a foreign language, then you must have come across many dialogues on your language learning journey. Language learning methodology has changed tremendously during the past decades; however, you can find dialogues in almost every coursebook, no matter when they were published. Why are dialogues so important? The answer is easy: your ultimate aim with learning a language is to be able to communicate in that language. And what best resembles this goal? Dialogues.
We are happy to announce the (official) launch of our YouTube channel. 😊
We have already shared some videos with you on YouTube, and we regularly create content for our Patrons on YouTube which are not public, but from now on you can expect some regular public posts from us on YouTube as well.
We have created our first playlist: Daily Word Project – Favorites. In April we will share the audio version of 7 popular Daily Word dialogues, together with a tiny comprehension task, and from 1st May we will regularly upload the most popular Daily Word post on YouTube.
We are working on some other playlists as well, so subscribe if you want to be the first to see what’s new on YouTube. 😊
We have created a video for you with some useful advice during the epidemic. Turn on the English subtitles if you need help.
Check out our Patreon site for extra online resources: an interactive crosswords puzzle to practice the vocabulary presented in the video, a gap filling task to practice the imperative form and a task to test your memory. 🙂
Do you need help with the Hungarian alphabet? We’ve created a video in which we show you the letters of the Hungarian alphabet, demonstrated with a word to help you remember and practice the sounds. Note: In this video we are not pronouncing letters the way we would spell a word. We are pronouncing them the way they actually sound; this helps you practice making these sounds.