Practice your Hungarian with us!

Learning Hungarian starts here!

This online language course is designed for independent study, where you can learn and practice Hungarian at your own pace.

Themes: You can learn through various everyday situations, ranging from university life to the workplace, visiting the doctor’s office, booking a taxi, dining at a restaurant, and many more scenarios.

Structure: the course has 22 modules: the first 10 focuses on mastering the language through reading, listening, writing and grammar exercises. Modules 11-22 then concentrate on intercultural skills and introduce basic communication and socio-cultural norms relevant to seeking employment and adapting to life in Hungary.

Methods: you can learn in a fun and easy way through various tools, such as videos, quizzes, flashcards, and interactive exercises.

Level: A1 CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).

Participation is FREE but registration is required!

If you have already signed up for the course, log-in to continue with your practice!

What will you learn?

How to work with the course material:

  • Module 1: Welcome to Hungary     
  • Module 2: About you and about other people         
  • Module 3: Time, places, activities
  • Module 4: Shopping and buying products online     
  • Module 5: Eating out and ordering food      
  • Module 6: Administration and place of living            
  • Module 7: At the university
  • Module 8: Free time activities, programs    
  • Module 9: Travelling, transport       
  • Module 10: Health and illness
  • Module 11 – Greetings
  • Module 12 – Introduction
  • Module 13 – Making contacts
  • Module 14 – Shopping
  • Module 15 – Eating out
  • Module 16 – Written and unwritten rules of social interaction in apartment buildings
  • Module 17 – Official matters
  • Module 18 – At the university and workplace
  • Module 19 – Breaks, holidays, celebrations
  • Module 20 – Benefits and support
  • Module 21- Traffic
  • Module 22 – Health care

The course was designed by Debreceni Universitas Non-Profit Ltd. with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the work was coordinated by the Tempus Public Foundation.

If you need any help concerning the content, please contact your Hungarian teacher at your host institution.