"The composer is a tall English man."
Translation:A zeneszerző egy magas angol férfi.
There is no verb in this sentence. It's just understood without any. If there was, it would be the last word here (So, in the past, it would be "A zeneszerző egy magas angol férfi volt.") How do we know? Mostly by information structure - the definite noun fits well as the topic of the sentence that we add a comment to. Also, the indefinite phrase of "egy magas angol férfi" wouldn't really fit as an obvious detail so it has a good reason to be the focus - which the verb would follow. :)