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Why study Hungarian_Prestige_fast recording.

This recording of 'Prestige', a one-minute story by István Örkény, can be used on its own or together with the slower recording (see the previous upload for Hungarian). It was created to complement the materials posted under Why study Hungarian_Part 2 but it can be used independently.

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Why study Hungarian_Prestige_slow recording.

This recording of 'Prestige', a one-minute story by István Örkény, can be used on its own or together with the faster recording (see the next upload for Hungarian). It was created to complement the materials posted under Why study Hungarian_Part 2 but it can be used independently.

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Why study Hungarian_Part 2.

WHY STUDY HUNGARIAN? AN INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE AND CULTURE FOR BEGINNERS AND MORE ADVANCED LEARNERS This work sheet is divided into four different levels and four parts. Before starting to work on either of them, learners should listen to the following video recording, in which two students explain why they decided to learn Hungarian at university and what their understanding of the language is like. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHYR7vLVUmY The other key source for this work sheet is a short story by István Örkény by whom one of the students in the video recording reads a short prose piece Fűre lépni tilos ‘It is forbidden to step on the grass’. If you want to study this piece, you can go to the Language Box material ‘Why study Hungarian_Part 1’. Students can find the new text and its English translation, as well as two different (a slower and a faster) audio recordings of the text on Language Box under the link to materials entitled ‘Why Hungarian_Prestige’ (slow and fast readings).

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A-level listening exercises.

Working with colleagues at The Sixth Form College, Solihull and Foreign Language Assistants based in the West Midlands we have produced these recordings related to the A-level curriculum. The recordings are natural unscripted dialogues between natives and are transcribed. The FLAs also produced gap fill activities and question exercises to accompany the recordings.

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Romanian Thoughts (Text).

This text and translation into English accompanies the illustrated podcast in Romanian, created by Sabina Androne, a Masters student at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, as a part of a research project entitled ‘The Role of Student Audio Casting and Production in the Language Learning Curriculum’. The audio summary reflects on the contemporary situation of the Romanian nation in the post-Ceausescu era. The podcast can be used as a learning resource in several different ways: as a focus for discussion, aural comprehension or as a base for further research by students of the Romanian language.

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Verão em Portugal (Text).

This text and translation into English accompanies an illustrated podcast in European Portuguese was created by Will Masters, a student of Applied Languages at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, as a part of a research project entitled ‘The Role of Student Audio Casting and Production in the Language Learning Curriculum’. The recording presents a refelction on the student's first experiences of Portugal, and of learning Portuguese. The podcast can be used as a learning resource in several different ways: as a focus for discussion or aural comprehension by students of the Portuguese language.

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Verão em Portugal.

This illustrated podcast in European Portuguese was created by Will Masters, a student of Applied Languages at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, as a part of a research project entitled ‘The Role of Student Audio Casting and Production in the Language Learning Curriculum’. The recording presents a refelction on the student's first experiences of Portugal, and of learning Portuguese. The podcast can be used as a learning resource in several different ways: as a focus for discussion or aural comprehension by students of the Portuguese language.

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