I am Zsuzsa, what is your name?
ez nem ér
a zsuzsi az ugyanaz mint a zsuzsa
My name is zsuzsa, what is your name? That should also be correct.
That would be Zsuzsa a nevem, mi a neved?
No It's not correct...
It was easy
'Mi' means 'we', so how can 'mi a neved' mean 'what is your name'?
This will sounds bizarre: Hungarian nouns can be inflected for possession. This means név is what you translate as name into English, and neved is an inflected form, which means your name. Similarly, nevem would translate as my name.
Moreover, mi can mean we or what.
The last sentence being the most relevant here. It's "what" here, not "we".
I said susan and got it wrong, but isnt that the english for zsuzsa
ez nem igaz
it is susan but only sometimes so thats why I don't think duo would accept