Just wondering, is there a difference between "are you a singer?" and "you are a singer?" in hungarian?
So énekesnő is female singer, What is the word for non gender specific singer? Énekes? Would this also be the word for male singer?
Yes and yes. We don't have a masculine only form for énekes, we use the non gender-specific form for men.
- Singular informal you = te
- Plural informal you = ti
- Singular formal you = ön
- Plural formal you = önök
All of these are correct. (Maga/maguk can be used instead of ön/önök as well, but it's less common nowadays, and I don't think Duo accepts it.)
It's like in Spanish.
- Tú = Te
- Vosotros/as = Ti
- Usted = Oen
- Ustedes = Oenoek
And in the case of on/onok which verb conjugation to use? Third person singular/plural or second person singular/plural?
Is it possible to use just "énekes" for a female singer? And is there any male-specific term?