Translation:Do we sit in the restaurant or outdoors in the park?
Yep. The English translation is a bit too literal. I'd translate it as "Shall we go inside the restaurant or shall we go to the park?". I'd use "shall" because it's a polite question which regards to the future.
-"Beül" means to get inside and sit down. It's used with buildings that provides service and you usually sit when you're inside them (Cinemas, Restaurants, Cafés...) and it is also used with some vehicles (usually with cars).
-"Kiül" to sit outdoors, or to go outside and sit down (and relax in the majority of the case).
This sentence is easy to translate, since it's a question one might actually ask in real life :-). I think it would be well rendered as "Do we sit in at the restaurant or sit out at the park?" "Are we sitting in at the restaurant, or sitting out at the park" would also be good.
Here, the present tense should be interpreted as something like near-term future -- what are we going to do next/now?
it may be easy to understand but it is not easy to translate it so it will be accepted, particlarly with the poor selection of words they offer you. these actions of sitting into somewhere need an extra go added to get the correct meaning, because in English you don't sit into or in at you go and sit in, just in (or on for certain contexts). The english in the sentences in this section is appalling!
On consideration, I think the best translation of this sentence is probably "Do we sit inside in the restaurant, or outside in the park"?
As usual, English is more static and doesn't indicate motion as well as Hungarian does. The "in" and "out" are best indicated with "inside/outside", since you want the "in" for the act of sitting.
I guess my translation could be translated back as "Bent ülünk az étteremben, vagy kint ülünk a parkban"? (Or would I use "-be/-ba" here?)
Normally Hungarian is very consistent, if not downright redundant, in its directional clues. In this sentence, though, it combines "ki-" in kiülünk with "-ba" in parkba. Certainly possible since i think the presence of a building is implied with kiülünk, but a bit inconsistent at the same time. What would a native Hungarian think if instead we said "beülunk a parkba"?