I am beginning to notice that usually in questions the verb comes after the question word, whereas in statements it is in the end...
So, if I said "A férfi délután itt van" would it be correct or absolute nonsense?
(I was trying to say "The man is here in the afternoon"...)
Not nonsense at all, its a perfect sentence. But it depends on the context - in your sentence the "délután" part is stressed. If you said "A férfi van itt délután." (It is the man who is here in the afternoon.) the stress is on the subject.
If I wanted to emphasise in the afternoon, would it be okay to say "Délután hol van a férfi?" If I wanted to emphasise the man could I say "A férfi hol van délután?"
It's means that the man is here every afternoon... or only this afternoon? Because I wrote "this afternoon" and it was not accepted.
The question does not specify if it is every afternoon or just this one. Perhaps the translation should leave this open as well.
same question asked above. The sentence does not specify "this" afternoon, it simply just says in the afternoon.
I started laughing after hearing the sentence. I sounds so cute and playful
doesn't make sense to me it looks like ; where is the man afternoon?. i thought the sentence should say ; hol van a férfi délutánban? , cause the ban means "in the". But i don't know.......
Once again learned that my english is faulty very often. I tried at afternoon and after a quuck search realized that at is only allowed for time when it is a specific time, not a range, like afternoon.
Tonight would stretch the meaning of afternoon into evening? Technically it is afterafternoon but it would be weird.
tonight is I believe "ma este" ~today evening
Köszönöm szépen, you are right. I´ve mixed the meaning of this two times.
Nincs mit. / Szívesen.
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