You can practice the conjugation of verbs when there is a definite direct object in the sentence.
The inflection of Hungarian nouns, rather unfortunately, causes a lot of trouble for the language learners. The current article is the first in a row to guide you through the… read more →
The Hungarian suffixation entirely depends on the vowels Hungarian stems contain. The suffixes have to “harmonize” with the stem, hence the name vowel harmony. Vowel harmony is a kind of… read more →
Basically, Hungarian nouns consist of a stem and five inflectional slots. The first inflectional slot (Slot 1) marks number (simply put, if the noun is singular or plural). The second… read more →