"There are buses and cars among the buildings."
Translation:Az épületek között buszok és autók vannak.
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It feels like the app is trying to teach us a nuanced difference in how you order the sentence. I'm also VERY confused by the varying order without any help or explanation for why we should choose one order over the other. It becomes a ridiculous guessing game - hmm, which ordering does the app want today?
To be honest I've reported about 50 things that should be correct at this point (all confirmed by a Hungarian) and only one thing has been added as a right answer. So I won't hold my breath :/
It is emphasis. It is the difference between 'the buses and cars are between the buildings' (as opposed to over by the river) vs 'there is are buses and cars (rather than airplanes) amongst the buildings', as far as I can work out In English we stress though voiced emphasis, in Hungarian is word order - hence all the suffixes, to show subject and object. I have had to buy a grammar book to help, as I am struggling to predict word order or know what I have stressed when I speak