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Coursebooks

Jobbulást kívánok I.

By Dr. Lampéné Dr. Zsíros Judit

Jobbulást kívánok I. is a coursebook for 3rd-year general medical students who need to communicate with patients in Hungarian.

The course teaches students how to handle situations such as taking a patient history and examining a patient. It aims to develop speaking and listening skills primarily but attention is also given to reading and writing skills.

It can be used in the classroom or by the self-study student.

Hopefully you will find this book useful in the clinical phase of your studies.

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Jobbulást kívánok II.

By Dr. Lampéné Dr. Zsíros Judit

Jobbulást kívánok II. is a course book for 3rd year students of general medicine who need to communicate with patients in Hungarian.
The course teaches students how to handle situations such as taking a patient’s history, examining a patient, and making a diagnosis. It aims to develop speaking and listening skills primarily but attention is also given to reading and writing skills. It can be used in the classroom or for self-study.
Students can find this book useful in the clinical phase of their studies.

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A fogászati szaknyelv alapjai 1.

By Kovács Judit

This coursebook is designed for 3rd year dentistry students. It is a rich source of dental terminology which should enable dentistry students to understand Hungarian during their dental practice. Chapters focus on parts of the oral cavity, names of dental tools and materials. Students learn how to take dental history. It is a modern, well-organised textbook that meets challenges of today.

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A fogászati szaknyelv alapjai 2.

By Kovács Judit

This coursebook is designed for 3rd year dentistry students. It is a rich source of dental terminology which should enable dentistry students to understand Hungarian conversation during their dental practice. Many chapters focus on dentist-patient communication It is a modern, well-organised textbook that meets challenges of today.

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A gyógyszerészeti szaknyelv alapjai

By Krasznai Mónika

The book provides the study material for the second semester of the specialist Hungarian course. The book covers the terminology of pharmaceutical Hungarian, the students learn about the classification of medicines, their administration, and they also learn about medical aids in the pharmacy. A strong point of the book is the collection of dialogues taking place in the pharmacy, and the collection of short texts. A special feature is the listening comprehension part focusing on ceratin medicines. The book has a Hungarian-English word list in the units, this makes revision easy for the learners.

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Basics of Medical Terminology I. - Latin and Greek origins

By Répás László

This textbook was written primarily for first year students of Medicine, Physiotherapy and Public Health at the University of Debrecen with the aim of providing them a brief introduction into the Latin and Old-Greek background of medical terminology. Therefore, having only a short time for such a profound topic in the 1st year curriculum, we concentrate on the parts of vocabulary that are the most important for a first year student.

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Beszélek magyarul?! I.

By Fodor Marianna / Rozman Katalin

Beszélek magyarul?! I. is designed for international students who need to communicate effectively in Hungarian. Its main focus is learning Hungarian through fun and simple reading exercises. Each unit sets up realistic daily scenarios, in which new vocabulary, associated language skills and grammar can be communicated. The nature of this work is highly interactive placing a strong emphasis on reviewing and recycling. The book covers the following topics: formal style, eating habits, buying food, eating in a restaurant, places in a city and places of living.

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Beszélek magyarul?! II.

By Fodor Marianna / Rozman Katalin

Beszélek magyarul?! II. is designed for international students who need to communicate effectively in Hungarian. Its main focus is learning Hungarian through fun and simple reading exercises. The book will equip learners with skills and vocabulary necessary to understand basic medical situations. The nature of this work is highly interactive placing a strong emphasis on reviewing and recycling. The book covers the following topics: body parts, symptoms, medicines, clinics, couch surfing, good and bad habits and history taking.

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Bevezetés a gyógyszerészeti szaknyelvbe

By Krasznai Mónika

The book provides the study material for the first semester of the specialist Hungarian course. The book covers the basics of pharmaceutical Hungarian, the students learn about the names of medicines, their side effects, and they also learn about tools in the pharmacy, and forms of medicines as well. A strong point of the book is the collection of dialogues taking place in the pharmacy. The book has a Hungarian - English word list in the units, this makes revision easy for the learners.

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Egy kicsit magyarul

By Gál Erika - Győrffy Erzsébet
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Pharmaceutical Latin I.

By Dr. Takácsné Tóth Emőke
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Pharmaceutical Latin II.

By Dr. Takácsné Tóth Emőke

Pharmaceutical Latin II. is the continuation of Pharmaceutical Latin I., the Latin coursebook written for international students of Pharmacy. The second part introduces students to the basic terminology of some body systems like the digestive and respiratory system, as well as the skin and the cardiovascular system. Greek terminology is presented through the names of the most common disorders related to the above systems, which is essential in students’ understanding of indications and contraindications as well as side effects.

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Színesen magyarul

By Gerő Ildikó - Kovács Judit

This course book is designed for students who encounter the Hungarian language for the first time. It develops listening, speaking, reading and writing skills through a wide variety of topics, dialogues based on everyday situations, easy-to-read texts, pair work and grammar practice exercises. Many common pictures and photos are used to help students memorize and internalize words. Grammar is explained in a grammar box in each unit, inviting students to understand the grammar rules themselves.

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