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"Ki írja az újakat?"

Translation:Who writes the new ones?

2 years ago

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keri-e az ujakat

2 years ago

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Hungarian uses liaison. Kirjaz ujakat?

2 years ago

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Yes it sounds like that to me too.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/gabriel246188

For any of you wondering, this sounds very unnatural out of context. I am a native speaker, and I could not make out what it meant for a bit. (I thought it meant who writes the fingers) this would make perfect sense if you were talking about books, but you need to establish that. Otherwise it just sounds strange. A better example might be, "ki irja az uj konyveket?"

6 months ago