Read about the course here (why I am writing it, its structure and layout, acknowledgements) or go straight to the lessons below.
14 January 2013 -- I have just found a couple really excellent free materials for Hungarian learners. László Ragoncsa, a native Hungarian, has a blog of grammar and other materials, including a free 89-page thematic English-Hungarian dictionary and a free 322-page grammar book. In my opinion, they are both very well done. You can visit the blog and download the pdfs at HunLang's Blog.
The lessons will be posted here in small chunks as I can write them and have the audio recorded. So keep checking back for more lessons!
Lesson 1: Pages 1-3 Personal pronouns, some interrogative pronouns and connecting words
Lesson 2: Pages 4-10 Basic sentences using some forms of the present tense of the verb "to be", here and there, "this is a"
Lesson 3: Pages 11-16 Pets and some household items, expressing "on some surface"
Lesson 4: Pages 17-22 Possessive suffixes for singular and plural possessed objects, expressing "in"
Lesson 5: Pages 23-28 Living, speaking, working, expressing "(to) work as something"
Lesson 6: Pages 29-37 Numbers (cardinal, ordinal, fractions)
Lesson 7: Pages 38-43 Time, age
Lesson 8: Pages 44-46 Months, Days, Seasons
My page for parallel texts.
László Ragoncsa's 89-page thematic English-Hungarian dictionary (unfortunately without example sentences) and a 322-page grammar book: HunLang's Blog.