"hol" seems more appropriate with a stationary location like when asking where something or someone is (Hol van Éva?). "Hova" seems more appropriate when referring to someone or something traveling, or a future destination - "Hova repül a repülõgép?" "Hova sétál a tanár?" Does this make sense?
yes, you are correct. the answer to "hol repül a repülőgép?" is most likely "az égen" (in the sky) or "a tenger fölött" (above the sea). if you want to know the destination the question definitely would be "hova repül a repülőgép?"
Negyvenketto: your nick implies the ultimate answer for everything :D perhaps that's why you're right here! :D Nevertheless I would add that "hol repül a repülőgép" may refer to exact location and "épp most van Szeged fölött" could be a suitable answer (that means "she is right over Szeged now").
For English speaking friends: "negyvenkettő" means 42 that we know as the answer "Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, The Universe, and Everything" according Douglas Adams.
For Hungarians: a hajók és repülőgépek (meg az országok) nőneműek az angolban, jár nekik a "she". (Néha az autók is, ld. Christine Stephen Kingnél. Vettel nem számít :D )
yes, i agree, of course it's ok to be more specific with the location, it can be above anything, not just the sea :)
for the "for hungarians" part: ennek most direkt utánanéztem, és ezt találtam: http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/46807/what-is-the-gender-of-an-aircraft eszerint koránt sincs akkora egyetértés, hogy a repülők nőneműek-e, mint a hajók esetében. a repülők nyugodtan lehetnek "it". (és én ezt nem is bánom, szerintem eléggé szexista gyakorlat tárgyakat nőneműnek nevezni)
No. Repülőgép is an airplane. Aircraft is either an airplane or a helicopter or a motor glider, etc.—almost anything that can do a powered flight. I had the same mistake as I often listen to ATCs and so on and took the manner to call every plane an aircraft. My native English teachers corrected me with this explanation.
I don't know who is making the audio or if the app is bugged and cutting off the first split second, but EVERY audio bit has a problem. It's grossly ruining the apps understanding of my abilities related to the exercise.
It may be a bandwidth problem, too. Previously I had the same problem with Italian course and when I upgraded my plan, the problem misteriously solved itself.
This is just one possible reason of course, there are many others, too. But I did not experience this yet therefore I may suspect the network glitch.