Learn and practise Hungarian verbs with this interactive verb reference and drill tool. With over 100 core verbs, Hungarian Verb Blitz is a clear and effective way to refresh and revise your grammar skills, as well as expand your everyday vocabulary.
As well as a verb reference, the app features a set of intensive verb drill activities to quiz your conjugation knowledge. These include:
- Infinitive quiz: how well do you know the meaning of the each verb?
- Conjugation quiz: can you select the correct verb form for the English translation?
- Snap quiz: can you spot when the Hungarian and English sentences match? Try to get ten in a row!
- Gapfill: can you spell out the missing word in the conjugated sentence?
You can test yourself on the whole set of verbs, or mark verbs in the reference list as 'learnt' by swiping left on list entries to build up a 'personal bank' of learnt words.
In the settings, you can select which tenses to drill in the games, as well as choose whether to drill indefinite or definite forms. So whether you're a beginner, or already on the way to mastery, there's a level for you!
The app will track your scores throughout the games, so you can check in the Performance section at any time to see the entries you're finding trickiest.
The verbs selected represent some of the most commonly used Hungarian words, so Hungarian Verb Blitz is a great way to increase and practise your everyday vocabulary, too!
Made by language lovers for fellow language lovers, Hungarian Verb Blitz is a great way to improve your language skills. Happy learning!
Interface tweaks and some under-the-hood improvements to keep things ticking over nicely. Happy learning!
Ratings and Reviews
Super for learning Hungarian verbs - needs expanded Search
Lots of conjugations and lots of quizzes and exercises to help you learn them. Absolutely necessary if you’re learning Hungarian.
I suggest one additional feature that would make this the greatest app on the App Store: if the user could search using any verb form at all, and see what form of what verb it is. The user could enter “jussunk” to learn that it is the 3rd person plural indefinite subjective of “jut.” After all, that’s what the foreign learner does every day when reading a Hungarian text.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.