I am a native Hungarian with a linguistic background, I studied Arabic studies and various other languages in academia and elsewhere. I am a student myself, I have a good sense of learning and teaching. I offer both Arabic and Hungarian classes and I have experience in teaching both languages. I like to teach step by step, and use a rather international vocabulary at the beginning of classes, I also try to avoid speaking any other languages in class, but Hungarian. I think this is the fastest and most efficient way of getting used to the language.
Hungarian is not particularly easy to learn but I would not call it difficult, it takes time to get used to it, but not to understand
I would say due to the closeness of Hungary and the many Hungarians living inn Vienna, it is relatively easy to find natives to practice what one has learnt. In this sense it is remarkably easier to study Hungarian in Vienna, than in most t other places.
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