For the multiple choice I was told that I should have chosen both "Látok." and "Látom." What's the difference between the two?
If you just say "látok", what you mean is "I have vision". If you just say "látom" that implies an object that you see something that's been mentioned. | - Megvakultál? (Have you gone blind?) - Nem, látok! (No, I can see!) | - Van valami a bokor melett. (There's something beside the bush.) - Látom. (I (can) see it). None of them can be used to mean the English "I see" (as in "I understand")
Én látok EGY házat = I see A house. (indefinite conjugation)
Én látom A házat = I see THE house. (definite conjugation)
I think it's explained in one of the lessons.
Thank you. I haven't gone that far down the tree yet so will wait for that lesson.