Can't "milyen" mean both "what... like" and "what kind of"? Is there any way to distinguish when to use one vs. the other? I put "What kind of trees are those?" and it was counted wrong. Report?
How I would differentiate:
- What are those trees like? -- Milyenek azok a fák?
- What kind of trees are those? -- Azok milyen fák?
So basically I would use a different word order. But it's likely that this is only personal preference.
From what I've learned so far, "milyen" can only mean "what kind of", while "milyenek" can only mean "what... like". Don't quote me on this however, I'm still learning and I'm not very good.