Irregular verb conjugations Exercises in Hungarian language

Mastering irregular verb conjugations in Hungarian can be quite a challenge, but it is a crucial step in achieving fluency in this beautiful and complex language. Unlike regular verbs, which follow predictable patterns, irregular verbs deviate from these norms, requiring special attention and practice. These verbs often undergo changes in their root forms or endings, making them less straightforward to memorize and use correctly. However, understanding these conjugations is essential for constructing accurate and natural-sounding sentences, as irregular verbs are frequently used in everyday conversations. Our grammar exercises are designed to help you navigate the intricacies of Hungarian irregular verbs with ease. Through a variety of engaging and practical activities, you will learn to recognize and apply these conjugations in different contexts. Whether you are a beginner looking to build a strong foundation or an advanced learner aiming to polish your skills, our exercises will provide you with the practice and reinforcement needed to master these challenging aspects of Hungarian grammar. Dive into the exercises and start transforming your understanding of Hungarian irregular verbs today!

Exercise 1

<p>1. Én *vagyok* az új tanár (verb 'to be', first person singular).</p> <p>2. Ő *eszik* almát ebédre (verb 'to eat', third person singular).</p> <p>3. Mi *megyünk* a parkba (verb 'to go', first person plural).</p> <p>4. Ti *jöttök* ma este a buliba? (verb 'to come', second person plural).</p> <p>5. Ők *alszanak* a szállodában (verb 'to sleep', third person plural).</p> <p>6. Én *látok* egy szép madarat (verb 'to see', first person singular).</p> <p>7. Te *adsz* nekem egy könyvet? (verb 'to give', second person singular).</p> <p>8. Ő *ír* egy levelet (verb 'to write', third person singular).</p> <p>9. Mi *teszünk* a táskába néhány dolgot (verb 'to put', first person plural).</p> <p>10. Ők *isznak* egy pohár bort (verb 'to drink', third person plural).</p>
 

Exercise 2

<p>1. Ő *van* a legjobb tanár az iskolában (verb "to be").</p> <p>2. Tegnap *mentem* a moziba a barátaimmal (past tense verb for "to go").</p> <p>3. Holnap *lesz* egy fontos találkozóm (future tense verb for "to be").</p> <p>4. Gyakran *eszem* pizzát vacsorára (present tense verb for "to eat").</p> <p>5. A kutya *látja* a macskát az udvaron (present tense verb for "to see").</p> <p>6. Ő *írta* azt a híres könyvet (past tense verb for "to write").</p> <p>7. Minden reggel *felkelek* korán (present tense verb for "to get up").</p> <p>8. A diákok *olvasnak* a könyvtárban (present tense verb for "to read").</p> <p>9. Tegnap *ittam* egy csésze kávét (past tense verb for "to drink").</p> <p>10. Holnap *tanulok* a vizsgára (future tense verb for "to study").</p>
 

Exercise 3

<p>1. Én *vagyok* a legjobb barátod. (verb for 'to be')</p> <p>2. Te *jössz* velem a koncertre. (verb for 'to come')</p> <p>3. Ő *eszik* egy almát ebédre. (verb for 'to eat')</p> <p>4. Mi *megyünk* a parkba délután. (verb for 'to go')</p> <p>5. Ti *isztok* teát reggelente. (verb for 'to drink')</p> <p>6. Ők *alszanak* sokat hétvégén. (verb for 'to sleep')</p> <p>7. Én *hozom* a könyveket. (verb for 'to bring')</p> <p>8. Te *látsz* engem az utcán. (verb for 'to see')</p> <p>9. Ő *teszi* a táskát az asztalra. (verb for 'to put')</p> <p>10. Mi *csinálunk* egy tortát. (verb for 'to make')</p>
 

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