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Young Linguists teaches kids essential Hungarian fast without screen time. That means daily bite-sized 20-minute audio lessons to help kids stay engaged with their Hungarian learning, and daily repetition to reinforce language retention. We also narrow down vocabulary to the most-used Hungarian words and phrases so that you are learning what you can apply. These audiobooks also include detailed sections in English on effective strategies for learning new languages and ideas to carry on learning and applying what you know once the course is complete.
In addition, there are complete review sections for learning, comprehension, and speaking repetition. This is a complete language course to get your child proficient in a new language in just four weeks. Over 300 different words and phrases are included across 29 different themes and sections including the key building blocks of greetings, adjectives, quantities, questions and responses, colors, places, emotions, time, food, transport, animals, positions with multiple sentence construction examples. Proven strategies such as spaced repetition, sound effects, and games are used to reinforce the Hungarian language learning experience.
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- Sally lodge
Avoid. Unclear and missing Hungarian audio
This audiobook is a huge disappointment.
The audio volume is all over the show. The Hungarian audio is sometimes inaudible and always repeated 3 times at normal speed, a slowed down version would be useful.
There is no care or attention in this book, and no accompanying PDF.
I tried a chapter further on (in the hope that it improved) and the Hungarian words are actually missing!
The way the book is made is that it has been recorded for many foreign languages and the foreign words are ‘dropped’ into the audio…. Although. In this case it seems they missed some of them!
It really is dreadful. I’m sending it back!