Teaching of Chinese grammars for Hungarian students and study of teaching-grammars
College of Humanities, Hubei University of Science and Technology, Xianning, Hubei, China
The author taught foreign students Chinese in the Confucius Institute of EötvösLo-ránd University in Hungary for two years. The mother tongue of Hungarian students is Hungarian in most cases. As Hungarian language (hereinafter referred to as “Hungarian”) is a typical agglutinative language while Chinese is a typical isolating language, there are immeasurably vast differences between the grammatical systems of these two languages. This paper conducted discussion on the problems in teaching Hungarian students Chinese gram-mars mainly based on three aspects: 1. the similarities and differences between study of Chinese grammars and teaching of Chinese grammars for foreign students; 2. brief summary of the grammatical differences between Chinese and Hungarian to understand several grammatical mistakes which Hungarian students always make; 3. some strategies of teaching Hungarian students Chinese grammars.
Key words: Hungarian / teaching grammar / teaching Chinese as a foreign language / grammar teaching
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