Why is "Kik ott harcolnak" not accepted?
"Kik" has to be the focus - and therefore be followed by the verb.
It seems it is necessary somebody who is expert in both Hungarian and English explain about these differences,sigular and plural,because I can not understand why with (is ) which singular we should use plural in ( harconak).please do it.
In English we ask with "who is" even if we expect the answer to be in plural, that's the difference.
The solution was not available in the word choices provided. The choices were for plurals. Would "Kik harcolnak ott?" be accepted? I wrote, "Kik ott harcolnak?" which was not accepted.
Why can't "ott" come before the verb?
Also only a learner but: I think question words must directly precede the verb.
Even if not a rule in the strictest sense (as e.g "miért" doesn't necessarily have to directly precede the verb for semantical reasons), yes it's close enough to be true.
Who is.. ez mióta jó többesszámnál?
"Who is [ige]?" egyesszám is többesszám is lehet. Mizinamo magyaráz azt.