Wow, the English and Hungarian sentences have exactly the same word order. How often does that happen? :)
Yay! rarely, so chalk it up!
You can help on it:
Itt kilenc brazil diák lakik.
Itt lakik kilenc brazil diák.
Lakik itt kilenc brazil diák.
Nine brazillion students... that's a heck of a lot.
It is not a question of number, but living space :)
Where in the million scale does the brazillion come?
You are funny!
Why is the verb definite plural conjugation? I thought with numbers it should be singular diák and singular verb?
It's not. Lakik is 3rd person singular. According to an online verb conjugator, 3rd person plural definite is lakják. But is there even a definite conjugation for this word? I don't think it's transitive.
Ezt a lakást kilencen lakják. Not really used.
Ebben a lakásban kilencen laknak. A common formulation.