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, it’s just a pain in the neck? Try to make learning Hungarian a 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.
We, at Hungarize, would like to help you create a habit by providing daily practice opportunities.
How is our Daily Dose of Hungarian project built up?
Would you like to join us?
Check out our tiers:
Frequently asked questions
I’m not sure if I can commit to studying every day. Is the project still useful for me?
Yes, absolutely! The dialogues we share do not depend on each other, so you can skip as many days as you want, you don’t need to catch up on the materials you missed. You can just as well pick and choose the materials you are interested in and skip the ones that you don’t need.
How much time does it take to complete one Daily Dose?
The question is: how much time do you have to practice? In our Study Guide we give you 5/10/15/20/30+ minute lesson plans. You don’t need to do all the exercises every day to benefit a lot from our Daily Dose of Hungarian project; listening to the dialogue of the day while you drink your morning coffee is a lot more than nothing. 🙂
I’m not sure which tier I should choose.
In this case we recommend starting with our middle tier called Rubik-kocka: in this one you get access to all types of resources we share. If you feel you would benefit from getting your answers corrected or you would like to get access to our whole library of resources, you can upgrade to a higher tier, but if you feel the dialogues are enough for you and you don’t need extra grammar, vocabulary, skills development practice tasks, you can downgrade.
How difficult are the resources? Can elementary level students use them?
All levels can benefit from the project; in our Study Guide we give you some study tips you need to keep in mind if you are at a lower level. The dialogues we share imitate real-life conversations to help you prepare for real-life conversations, so only intermediate + level students should aim for full understanding, but the comprehension questions, the word lists, the explanatory notes, the sample answers and the related resources are grouped by the level of their difficulty:
🌶 easy – ideal for elementary level,
🌶🌶 medium – best for pre-intermediate level,
🌶🌶🌶 difficult – intermediate and up
Are you ready to join us?
Full Daily Dose of Hungarian on Patreon
Not sure yet? Check out our free samples here: