ProtectKutyas wrote:Here are some resources I'd recommend (not sure if I can't post links or not):
https://discord.gg/xkJvAPg - Hungarian learner discord server (...)
When it comes to grammar I used a book called essential grammar by carols rounds (...)
You can also search for hangoskönyv in YouTube and there are a few playlists that have 300+ audio books (...)
Lastly you can also get a decent amount of content on netflix now too, but to access it you need to go into profile settings and switch the language to magyar.
Thank you for the tips! Especially for the forum and the YouTube trick. I'm not very good at watching TV; I rarely have the patience for it, it bores me. However, I like reading and audiobooks sound like a good idea, plus I can play them at a slower speed. I like listening to the radio too. That I do, but I lack vocabulary to grasp enough of the topics that are discussed.
Your comment on the book by Carol Rounds interests me. Is it really good? I read different opinions about it. People tend to find it useful (including Alex Rawlings if my memory doesn't fail me. Edit: it failed me, he made a video about a different grammar book) up to a certain point, beyond which the book becomes increasingly difficult to follow. At the moment I'm following no book other than the FSI course. I'm thinking in buying one but I am undecided about which one I should order.