Why could the sentence not be: What is the mailman doing?
I think it's also correct. Report it.
This is what his boss wants to now anyway ;) :D :D :D
Can "postás" ever refer to a woman without the "nő" added? If so, shouldn't the more gender-neutral "postal carrier" or "mail carrier" be accepted as well?
normally we use "postás" for women also,but i think nobody will call the police if you call her "postásnő" :)
" Mit csinálsz " is not correct too ?
In case Tamas51's answer wasn't clear, csinálsz is 2nd person and means "you do" and csinál is 3rd person and means "(he/she/it) does".
Yes, precisely so.
It isn't correct. Mit csinálsz = I/2 , Mit csinál = I/3
My translation "what is the post office worker doing" was not accepted. Any thoughts?
I don't get it, I did write "What is the postal worker doing?" and got told it's the wrong answer?
your answer is correct