how do i know if it is " the cooks are men" or "the men are cooks"?
Also, look at which word has the definite article (a/az) in front of it
Because of the words' order.
So, if i want to say: "the men are cooks" i will say "a ferfiak szakacsok"?
Chefs are the bosses of the cooks, aren't they? And 'chef's' Hungarian equivalent is 'séf'.
Originally, a chef (or chef de cuisine) was only a head cook.
But in today's English, it is often used for any cook.
See e.g. http://www.dictionary.com/browse/chef , https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/chef#English , http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/chef .
You mean equivalent?
Is there no word/place for "are" in this sentence?
esteuer, did you skip the earlier lessons? In Hungarian, the verb "to be" is not expressed explicitly in 3rd person present tense (is/are).