The course is recommended for third-year students in the second semester of any academic year, and is available for fourth- and fifth-year students as well. Course prerequisite: completion of Clinical Hungarian 1.
The primary aim of the subject is to help students prepare for the field practice in the clinics. To provide them with the passive knowledge of a special vocabulary (words, phrases, sentence patterns) in order to be able to follow the conversation between vets and clients in Hungarian, and a certain active vocabulary, which they can use to respond to the situations. Pronunciation and reading Hungarian texts will be practiced. In addition, students are going to learn some basic social Hungarian as well.
Attendance and active participation in scheduled course meetings, completing two short mid-terms and the written end-term test.
The final grade will be based on the total number of points obtained