I always get up early on Mondays
Mondays I always get up early.
In english, we refer to habits usually in the plural.
I would say it either way (American speaker here, which might make a difference). Certainly it's correct with the plural.
American speaker here too. They both sound correct to me, although Monday in the singular sounds more natural and is probably what I would say without giving it much thought.
I agree that it sounds more natural with the singular.
As an English speaker of English I find both correct, though the plural more natural.
Does kel mean wake!?
he wakes up - (fel)ébred
he gets up - (fel)kel.
'On Monday I always get up early' This works in English and is more in line with the Hu sentence. Although I'd rather use 'Monday's' here
Thinking of Yoda helps with Hungarian word order.
Yes, to me "Mondays" implies a habitual action.
"on Mondays, i'm always getting up early" is not accepted
Can I use "rise" instead of "get up?"