Why can't I write I'm good?
Because it means 'jó vagyok' jó = adjective; jól = adverb
North Americans always say 'Im good thank you'
That sounds incorrect English to me, I am old fashioned in wanting to always say I am well...
Same where I'm from in England
I agree - I think this would be considered a correct translation in English! (as a native speaker)
In Hungarian English it is uncorrect. :-D
The correct translation is not accepted... The answer I give is the same I typed in.
What is the difference between Jó and Jól?
See Stuttgart3's comment. One means good, the other means well.
Jó is im and jól is are you
Ti mind magyarok vagytok?
Ok angolok vagy mas
I'm doing okay/well/fine/alright, I'm okay/alright/fine/good (even though it is uncorrect grammatically, native speakers often use this form), I'm well = all work
It won't take I when selected
fine is standard english for this concept
finally i can deny the fact that i'm dying inside in hungarian