For "milyen" do you have to guess based on context whether it means "What are they like?" and "What kind of ... are they?"
Milyen sportolók ők = what kind of athletes are they
Milyenek a sportolók = what are athletes like
Basing of the previous lessons I've had
I really miss the slowed down speech.
'Milyen' why do we have to keep second guessing whether they want 'kind or kind/s in the answer? I wish there could be some consistency here.
I believe 'coz "kinds" would be "Milyenek"?!
Actually, it will always be "milyen" when it modifies (stands before) a noun.
Oh were it that straight forward Heroldnek, unfortunately with Duo it never is :( Milyen can be translated as kind or kinds depending on how they are feeling on the day.
sportsmen is wrong?!
Maybe it isn't politically correct? The word 'athletes' is gender-neutral.
How do you know when "milyen" means "what are they like" vs "what kind are they?"
Why is wrong "the sportpeople"?
Perhaps it's because it should be 'sportSpeople'
If you listen carefully you can actually hear, Mi es sportolok ök.
Can you articulate well when you speak, please?