festesz egy ügyvédet: why is it not correct?
I responded with "te festesz egy ügyvédet" and got it wrong. Also confused.
I got that one right.
It is probably illegal. :)
Anyway, it sounds kind of like "Will you paint a lawyer (for me)?"
But maybe it could be accepted.
Miért nem "fested"?
egy ügyvéd ( a lawyer) comes with indefinite conjugation.
Please explain why te is mandatory when en is not
Hungarians are afraid of the "stsz" cluster ;)
They don't want to speak of "festsz"
Can it also be correct to say: Ugyvedet festel?
I think "-el" is only used after a sibilant sound to avoid a collision with "-ész."