Hungarian: An Essential Grammar

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Psychology Press, 2001 - Foreign Language Study - 314 pages
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This user-friendly guide to modern Hungarian clearly introduces the most important structures of this fascinating language. Suitable for beginning, intermediate and advanced students, it can be used by those studying independently or following a taught course. Topics include:
* verbal prefixes
* aspect and tense
* word-formation mechanisms
* linking vowels
* the case system and its uses
* word order.
Appendices include the formation of irregular verbs, complete noun declensions and irregular noun patterns.
 

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