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Hungarian : an essential grammar

Author: Carol Rounds
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2009.
Series: Essential grammar.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
"Hungarian: An Essential Grammar is a concise, user-friendly guide to the most important structures of this fascinating language. All students of Hungarian, whether beginners or at intermediate and advanced levels, will welcome its clarity of presentation and jargon-free explanations. It is ideal for those studying independently or following a taught course." "With numerous language examples bringing grammar to  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Carol Rounds
ISBN: 9780415777377 0415777372 9780203886199 0203886194 9780415498678 0415498678
OCLC Number: 232358025
Description: xiii, 298 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Pt. I. Alphabet, pronunciation and vowel harmony --
Ch. 1. Alphabet --
Ch. 2. Pronunciation --
Ch. 3. Vowel harmony --
Pt. II. Parts of speech --
Ch. 4. Verbs --
Ch. 5. Nouns --
Ch. 6. case system --
Ch. 7. Pronouns --
Ch. 8. Possession --
Ch. 9. Postpositions --
Ch. 10. Adjectives --
Ch. 11. Adverbs --
Ch. 12. Word formation --
Ch. 13. Conjunctions --
Ch. 14. Numerals --
Ch. 15. Interjections --
Pt. III. Sentence structure --
Ch. 16. Sentence elements and word order --
Ch. 17. Special constructions --
App. 1. Irregular verbs --
App. 2. Sample noun declensions --
App. 3. Noun types and exceptions.
Series Title: Essential grammar.
Responsibility: Carol Rounds.


A guide to the most important structures of Hungarian language. It covers such topics as: verbal prefixes; aspect and tense; word-formation mechanisms; vowel harmony; the case system and its uses;  Read more...
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