whats the difference between élsz and lasz(lakni), do they both mean to live?
élni = to live as a biological entity | lakni = to live in a place (house, flat, etc.) (dwell, abide, reside)
to add a bit to this, 'élni' can be used to say 'you live=te élsz' (you are alive, biologically) and also for example 'you live here=te itt élsz', while 'lakni' can only be used to express living in a place (not entirely sure if this is 100% correct from a linguistic point of view, but we use it like this)
Is it a bit like leben / wohnen in german? So "élni" = "leben" and "lakni" = wohnen ?
Also, just to be sure there's no mistake here, it would be laksz. The k has to be there.
Because that wording is a question in English, but the Hungarian sentence is a statement (it ends in a full stop, not a question mark).