Hungarian language – table of contents

Generally about the origins of Hungarian language
What makes Hungarian that hard to learn
Pronunciation of the letters

Noun cases
Personal Pronouns
Adjectives

Conjugation I (explanation)
Conjugation II (tables)
Auxiliary Verbs
Coverbs

Possessive affixes
Expressing “to have” and “there is”

Personal pronouns – noun cases – possessive affixes joint table

Derivation of words

Negation

Vocabulary

Word order I (general explanation, affirmative sentences, what is inflexible)
Word order II (open questions, negative sentences)
Word order III (coverbs, auxiliaries, etc. in the sentence)
Word order IV (summary table)

Common mistakes made by Hungarian learners I (grammar)
Common mistakes made by Hungarian learners II (pronounciation)

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