This is Innovative language Learning. Go to InnovativeLanguage.com/audiobooks to get the lesson notes for this course, and sign up for your FREE lifetime account.
This Audiobook will take you through the basics of Hungarian with Basic Bootcamp, All About, and Pronunciation lessons.
The five Basic Bootcamp lessons each center on a practical, real-life conversation. At the beginning of the lesson, we'll introduce the background of the conversation. After the conversation, you'll learn carefully selected vocabulary and key grammar concepts. Next, you'll hear the conversation one time at natural native speed. Finally, practice what you have learned with the review track. In the review track, a native speaker will say a word or phrase from the dialogue. Repeat the words and phrases you hear in the review track aloud to practice pronunciation and reinforce what you have learned.
In the fifteen All About lessons, you'll learn all about Hungarian and Hungary. Our native teachers and language experts will explain everything you need to know to get started in Hungarian, including how to understand the writing system, grammar, pronunciation, cultural background, tradition, society, and more - all in a fun and educational format!
The five Pronunciation lessons take you step-by-step through the most basic skill in any language: how to pronounce words and sentences like a native speaker. You'll go from basic concepts to advanced tips and will soon sound like you've been speaking Hungarian your entire life.
Before starting the lessons, go to InnovativeLanguage.com/audiobooks to get the lesson notes for this course, and sign up for your FREE lifetime account.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.
©2011 Innovative Language Learning, LLC (P)2011 Innovative Language Learning, LLC
Starts off all very well as a typical beginners language audiobook. There is the usual banter and link music. Then ooohhh! What happens? Suddenly and without warning they give up on language and start talking (in English) about the country, food, politics, music etc. What is the point of that? I understood it to be a language audiobook. If I wanted a travel guide I would have gone to Lonely Planet!
Report Inappropriate Content