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This work sheet is divided into two parts, focusing on transition to developing writing skills in two different ways in Hungarian. 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 Below, you will learn more about the writer 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’. In 'Why study Hungarian_Part 2' you can study the short story 'Prestige' by the same writer.
Exercise: These are the replies, say or write for each reply the respective question. To practice using interrogatives and verbs.
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