Could "A kacsák is repülnek ide" work as well?
Grammatically, yes, but it would be a strange question.
Are the ducks also flying here (or are they taking the bus)?
Remember, "is" refers to what stands closest to it, most of all.
Ah, I think I understand why that would be the case. Thanks for the answer! :D
That's great because I wasn't sure I could clearly explain. :)
--------- i thought it would be the ducks 'cause the "is " is next to them . . .
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