"The woman and the man move back to beside the river."

Translation:A nő és a férfi visszaköltöznek a folyó mellé.

July 31, 2016



Wait wait wait. Up to here I think we always had a singular verb when there were multiple singular subjects. Should it be visszaköltözik? Should it be "Az ágyon két párna és egy takaró vannak" at a different place instead?
Has my life been a lie? D:

November 11, 2016


Beside the river, really??? Has any of you ever heard this before?

July 31, 2016


More times than I care to admit...


July 31, 2016


Im hungarian. For RyagonIV i think the answer is : if you use more subject take the verb plural but if you use more objects take the verb singular. I dont know why...:)

September 15, 2017


Heyo, thank you for your reply. :)

I also have learned a lot during the past months and can say that Hungarian doesn't really care there. Some say it sounds better with singular conjugation, but plural isn't wrong either. :P

September 15, 2017


Why not folyóhoz mellet (excuse wrong accent marks)?

June 2, 2017


Oh, no no. You cannot combine rag-suffixes and postpositions like that, because they take the same grammitical role. That would only end up in comfusion. Either "a folyóhoz" - to the river; or "a folyó mellé" - (to) beside the river. "A folyó mellett" would have them moving along the river.

June 5, 2017
Learn Hungarian in just 5 minutes a day. For free.