I know there is a definite article here but much like in other European languages can this also mean "Are Hungarian girls good?" (in a general sense)
to whizza: Yes. This can also mean "Are Hungarian girls good?" in a general sense. (HUN native speaker)
I still cannot grasp the sound or the tone of the question mark "?" in magyar. please help...
So what does good mean in this context? Is it like good as in good v evil ? Or good as in doing physically well? Or good as in skilled at doing things?
I believe there is no context here, and it could mean all of those things.
If there were a "valami", or "valaki", the suffixes on it (whether -ra/-re, -ban/-ben, -nak/-nek) would tell you specifically which of those meanings "jó" has.
No, because 'a' doesn't come before 'jó'. I'm not sure if that's all that's needed.
As an English native speaker, i would say that "Are Hungarian girls good?" is correct here.
I answered "well" instead of "good" and was rejected. How do you distinguish adjective from adverb?