Hungarian verbs have two kinds of conjugations: definite and indefinite. This means that you need to conjugate the verb differently based on how well-defined the object is. If you have a general object, "I like (a) fish", then you must use the indefinite case. If you have a well-defined object, such as "I like the/my/your/this/that/these/those fish", then you must use the definite conjugation. This course is designed for learning the indefinite case for basic verbs in present tense.
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