Just curious, would this also translate to "Are you standing or are you walking?"? If not, can someone explain to me why that would be?
Okay, thank you. It didn't accept that answer so I was wondering if there was a reason or if it's just not accepted as an answer yet.
"You stand are walk?" Hungarian doesn't have a progressive verb form, so it's "or" here.
I am going to take a shot at the conjugation of "to stand". Correct me if I'm wrong.
Én állok, Te állsz, Ő áll, Mi állunk, Ti álltak, Ők állak