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- Advanced Hungarian I
- CEUS-T 341/ 741
- Valeria Varga
The advanced-level Hungarian course offers advanced level language study for students who have completed four semesters (or more) of Hungarian, and have a substantial basic knowledge of Hungarian grammar, syntax, and vocabulary. The purpose of this course is to enable students to converse about moderately complex personal, social, and academic topics, read and understand a full range of literary genres, and write and translate to meet most personal and academic needs.
Required texts and materials
Hungarolingua 3. Magyar nyelvkönyv, by Edit Hlavacska et al., Debrecen, 2001.
Hungarolingua 3. Nyelvtani munkafüzet, by Edit Hlavacska and Zsuzsa Laczkó, Debrecen, 2000.
Suggested texts and materials
Hungarian Verbs and Essentials of Grammar, by Miklós Törkenczy, Budapest, 1997.
Any Hungarian-English, English-Hungarian medium-sized dictionary
- weekly journal (min. 10 sentences per day)
- 15 minute oral presentation (twice per semester)
- 2 page essay on chosen topic
- reading of Hungarian short stories, with reading journal
- Portfolio by the end of the semester
Grading based on:
- Acive participation in class (30%)
- Homework, presentations, Portfolio (30%)
- Quizzes, tests (15%)
- Final test (25%)
Language learning requires greater participation in the classroom than most other subjects in the university curriculum. Students are expected to attend ALL classes. Students are allowed to miss three instructional hours during the course of one semester without grade penalty. Absences beyond three instructional hours will result in grade penalty of 2% per day. Additional absences can be considered by the department only with proper documentation of attested medical needs for which a doctor's note will be required, and with the possibility of a tutoring requirement to preclude class disruption for other students.
- Auditing: The Department of Central Eurasian Studies does not allow auditing of language courses. Any inquiries must be addressed to CEUS Chair directly.
- Enrollment: Students enrolled in CEUS language courses obtain a grade at the end of each semester. The Department does not offer pass/fail options.
- Incompletes are not given in CEUS language courses. Any inquiries must be addressed to CEUS Chair directly.
- If you are a native speaker of a language or you are a citizen of a country where the language is commonly spoken, or you graduated from a high school in that country, Indiana University and departmental policy may (or may not) prohibit you from enrollment in this language class. Please direct all related questions to the Department of Central Eurasian Studies, Goodbody Hall 157, 855-2233, or email@example.com