The Hungarian language, or Magyar as it is known in Hungary, is the official language of Hungary. Part of the Finno-Ugric language group, it is also spoken in parts of Austria, Romania, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia, and Ukraine. Over 15 million people speak the language, including the approximately 10 million people who speak it throughout Hungary.
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Hello Monta Teivane,
It would in deed be very useful to learn German if you plan to visit neighbouring countries!
There actually is an Innovative Language site dedicated to learning that language.
You can find it at germanpod101.com!
Hope this helps you with learning!
As I moved To Hungary, I'm currently learning Hungarian, but would like to learn also German, which would be very useful going to neighbour country Austria and also Germany itself.
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It would be great if you could create a language course for those interested in Catalan, the 9th most common language in Europe, after German, French, English, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Dutch and Romanian (Source: https://llengua.gencat.cat/web/.content/documents/exposicions/arxius/fullet_cat_ang.pdf). Some 10 million people speak Catalan and you can learn this language in more than 150 universities and teaching centres throughout the world. It is the only official language of Andorra, and the co-official language of Catalonia, the Balearic Islands and the Valencian Community. In the Italian comune of Alghero it has semi-official status and it is also spoken in the Pyrénées-Orientales department of France, as well as in the eastern strip of Aragon and in El Carxe in the region of Murcia.
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Unfortunately, I am not aware of any program specially designed for Arabic speakers. However, the fact that you speak other languages can be really helpful for learning vocabulary. As the Arabic language is very different from latin languages, please do not hesitate to find equivalences in your language when learning vocabulary!
For example, my vocabulary flashcards are in multiple languages... depending on which is the closest to the meaning!
The more you speak languages the easier it becomes to learn!
If you find any helpful tool or book for other Arabic speakers, please share your experience!
Looking forward to hearing from you soon!