Is the change from 'a' to 'á' when adding the accusative suffix just a quirk of the word 'alma', or is there a rule when root vowels change when '-t' is added?
I noticed that this happens with 'este' as well. 'Este' -> 'estét'
Whenever adding "k" for plural, "t" for accusative, or any kind of possessive/case endings, "a" always changes to "á," and "e" always changes to "é." It's not just "alma."
"Te egy almára vársz." - you are waiting for an apple - not an orange. "Te vársz egy almára."? - you, not Anna, are waiting for an apple.
Does this even make sense as a sentence? Why would anyone wait for an apple?? :') :(
When the apple is late, of course. Everyone knows that apples have a problem with punctuality.
Someone ordered an apple for desert but it hasn't arrived. They are waiting for an apple.