Trapy wrote:Jó napot!
I'm a bit let down by colloquial's Hungarian course. They fall into the trap of teaching less useful words first (I.e. Antropológus ? Anthropologist), trying too subtly to introduce vocab (oh here's 4 sentences with new words not in the dialogue and one off translations , good luck remembering in exercise later!) . Are there any other good ground up books for Hungarian as a companion? Colloquial does good on grammar explanations, but terrible in structured learning. I've also had real bad hit and miss luck with teach yourself, and can't afford the $100us courses.
Also, this guy is awesome : http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WUS8nv4jczw
It's a pity that Colloquial wasn't satisfactory; their Thai course is excellent.
Trapy wrote:@Weerwolf: Meh, not so much worried about the legal side, but I like to touch and feel. A book gives me something tactile to learn with. I have some learning Apps, and I even have an E-Book of my favorite series on my phone, but they totally pale in comparison to having something physical for me. I know people learn different ways, but I just can't learn effectively via computer.
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