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enjoyed or thought to be important by the students were also mentioned. Among the subjects spontaneously listed were English, Physical Education, Mathematics, Hungarian Literature and Science. “Well, my favourite subjects are Hungarian Literature, P.E. and

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listening as they can. The latest curriculum (2012) provides the possibilities of more music listening. The subjects are classified into fully 10 fields (muveltsegterulet); these are the following: Hungarian literature and grammar, foreign languages

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Those who dislike sciences Hungarian grammar 3.50 3.66 2.97 2.53 Hungarian literature 3.99 3.99 3.19 2.78 Mathematics 2.36 3.87 3.28 2.60 History 3.79 4.17 2.89 3.07 Biology 3.45 4.04 3.43 2.78 Chemistry 2.30 3.76 2.98 2.21 Physics 2.31 3.85 3.13 2

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international surveys can be found on this subject, the relevant Hungarian literature is rather scarce. Therefore, the aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence and antibiotic susceptibility of S. aureus, S. pseudintermedius, E. faecalis, E. faecium

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higher education. As an economist, Hungarian literature teacher, drama teacher, and curriculum developer, she believes her achievements in research can bring real benefits to students’ lives and to the widest possible enjoyment of a state of public

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Studies The manuscripts of tales and riddles from the collection of the family of János Arany – one of the most significant poets of 19 th -century Hungarian literature – and one of the most influential, classical Hungarian folk tale collections (László

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and Europe. In Hungarian literature, the lack of up-to-date data deserves special attention with regard to malnutrition. Authors’ contribution MK conceptualized and designed the study, designed the data collection

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, 2019b A magyar Grimm-mesehagyomány. A Grimm-mesék megjelenése a magyar irodalomban és folklórban [The Hungarian Tradition of Grimm Tales. The Grimm Tales in Hungarian Literature and Folklore] . In

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, defended at the Institute of Hungarian Literature and Language, Constantine the Philosopher University, Nitra/Nyitra, has invaluable data in this regard. Jánk (2018) reports on a study carried out among teachers and teacher trainees of Hungarian, in four

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the translations mentioned above. For example, in 1860 she wrote a thorough and detailed history of Hungarian literature in French, beginning with the Reform Era and leading up to the contemporaries, in the Parisian Revue Contemporaine . 18

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