Why is there ezek and a here?
Whenever you say "this/that/these/those + [noun]", the definite article has to be included.
Ah, so is the difference:
"Azok a fák" -- "those trees"
"Azok fák" -- "those are trees"
Thanks, that clears up something that has been confusing me.
How do you say "These are the old bank buildings."
"Ezek a régi banképületek."
Without a space in "banképületek", because it has to be a compound word.
This was very difficult to hear/comprehend when I already knew this grammar/vocab
To me the intonation sounded like stating a question: "Are these old buildings banks?"
Would the word order in Hungarian also be correct for a question?