Many people think that Hungarian is the most difficult language in the world. We do not know that, but it is true that it is hard to learn, so we will help you with some videos right now.
Learn Hungarian with HungarianPod101.com, which is one of the most complex channels on YouTube for learning Hungarian. They have almost 40 thousand followers and more than 3 million views on their videos. They have a lot of videos on every topic. There is advice for beginners, vocabulary learning, reading practice, listening comprehension, and a lot of 3-minute videos. This is perfect to learn step by step, day by day. In the video we chose, there is a 20-minute summary of the basics. This includes introductions, greetings, numbers, and some useful sentences like “do you speak English”. The video constantly shows the text in both English and Hungarian, which helps to memorise, plus there are some useful tips as well.
This video is more about the history of the Hungarian language. With the help of humour and drawings, the video presents the history of Hungarians and the development of the language, as well as some interesting facts. The main topic is that the origin of the Hungarian language is mysterious. Subtitles are also available for the 5-minute-long video. Another interesting fact is that the video makes it clear that the Hungarian language is really unique in terms of the length of the words.
This video will help you take the first step. The English alphabet consists of 26 letters, while the Hungarian alphabet consists of 44 letters, even if many of these are rarely or almost never used. In this 5-minute-long video, you can hear how to pronounce all 44 letters in Hungarian. The Hungariantutor YouTube channel has 12 videos on this topic if you would like to watch more videos from him.
The last vide is the most special. In this, we can hear useful advice from a foreigner girl, who studied and is still learning Hungarian. The guarantee of the success of her method is that she speaks in Hungarian, accompanied by an English subtitle. In the more than 10-minute video, she goes through the methods and practices that helped her. You can also scroll through the selected topics in the bottom bar of the video. She speaks about Hungarian podcasts, applications, and textbooks that she uses.