Learner strategies have been recognized to play a significant role in affecting learning outcomes. This study provides a comprehensive picture about the foreign language learner strategies of Hungarian secondary grammar school learners in the 10th and 11th years of their studies, in an attempt to uncover what kind of language learning is reflected in their strategy use. Building on previous research conducted in a variety of contexts into learner strategies, this book presents findings about the subjects' strategy application and about the factors that are hypothesized to affect strategy choice. The effect of proficiency level, success with language learning, gender, perceptual preferences and the style of teaching have been examined. The findings suggest that Hungarian secondary grammar school students master a somewhat limited repertoire of strategies, therefore they need to be taught ways of adopting the right strategies to promote their learning. The book offers suggestions as to what directions learner strategy research could take in the Hungarian context.Monos, Katalin is the author of 'Learner Strategies of Hungarian Secondary Grammer School Students Philosophiae Doctores' with ISBN 9789630581899 and ISBN 9630581892.