"The young lion is standing on the mountain and shouting."
Translation:A fiatal oroszlán a hegyen áll és üvölt.
This is confusing. It is true that a lion doesn't shout but roars, but if you write that you should also accept "kiabál" as a translation. Or, better, change the English to "and roaring".
I agree with commenter as2907. A lion does not shout, it roars. Both the English and Hungarian are weird. Surely "ordít" would be a better verb for the Hungarian? Also, with shout, it could have been "kiabál", so this isn't fair. Finally, the word order depends on where the emphasis is. If the place is important then the model answer is okay. However, if the emphasis is on who or what is standing then the verb shout come after that. Perhaps, it would be clearer if you underlined the focus of the sentence and then people can decide on word order more easily?
In hungarian, "kiabál" is not used too frequently in case of animals. And "ordít" should be also accepted, not only "üvölt".
"In hungarian, "kiabál" is not used too frequently in case of animals." -- Neither is "shout" in English, that's the point :)