The definite conjugation; First poetry readings

The definite conjugation; First poetry readings

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This material is best used as a follow-up after the completion of the exercises and conversation practice centred on the accusative. Students will have a chance to gain further practice in the definite conjugation -- form and function. The last two pages offer two short poetry readings by two of Hungary's most prominent mid-twentieth century poets. This material can be introduced after approximately 30 taught hours.

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Best used as a follow-up after the two handouts on the accusative, this material helps students to understand and practise forms and function of the definite conjugation.
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Best used as a follow-up after the two handouts on the accusative, this material helps students to understand and practise forms and function of the definite conjugation.
Best used as a follow-up after the two handouts on the accusative, this material helps students to understand and practise forms and function of the definite conjugation.
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