This course teaches the conjugation of the Hungarian past definite tense, used for everything that -has- happened and involves a definite direct object. I.e.: Ette a fagylaltot (she ate the ice cream), versus evett fagylaltot (she ate ice cream). Also contains the very Hungarian én-téged form.
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