Translation:What is under the hospital, a store or a bank?
It's nothing to do with beta or not, and everything to do with the fact that this couses uses recorded human voices for the audio rather than text-to-speech (computer voice).
Recordings only have a budget of (I believe) 3000 recorded sentences, so you don't get audio for individual words and only one speed, in order to have as many separate sentences as possible in that limit.
Other languages that use recordings on Duo include Esperanto and Irish.
The Hungarian course is still very much in beta. But even after it graduates, it won't get recordings of any new sentences nor will it get any turtle-speed recordings or individual-word recordings (when hovering over a word in a sentence).
Thank you for the explanation! Let me ask further, just to clarify a little more: Why do some other Duolingo language courses have turtle speed? Is it because they do not use recordings of human voices? And why will there remain no plans for turtle speed for Hungarian? Is it for the very fact that its recordings are all human?
Why do some other Duolingo language courses have turtle speed? Is it because they do not use recordings of human voices?
And why will there remain no plans for turtle speed for Hungarian? Is it for the very fact that its recordings are all human?
That's correct, at least by my understanding.
Human recording = only one speed (no turtle option), no recordings for single words on mouseover, no recordings for newly-added sentences, not all sentences have audio (I think the budget is for recording 3000 sentences).
alatt is a postposition.
They're more or less like the prepositions we have in English etc., except they come immediately after the thing they modify, instead of immediately in front.
So one sentence has a kórház alatt, meaning that "under" applies to "the hospital"; the other sentence has mi alatt, meaning that "under" applies to "what".
It would like "Under what is the hospital?" if prepositions were as firmly attached to a following pronoun (including a question word such as "what") in English.
No. That would be "Mi alatt van a kórház?". How to tell apart... With mi van a kórház alatt your question is basically "Mi van?" (what is?) and then you specify whatever, with "Mi alatt van?" (Under what is) and then you specify whatever. This is probably not too correct way to explain it, sorry :(