"The boy paints the large tree."

Translation:A fiú festi a nagy fát.

August 2, 2016



Could the answer be A fiu a nagy fak fest?

August 2, 2016


"A fiú a nagy fát festi" - yes.

August 2, 2016


Why is it 'festi' and not 'fest'?

August 9, 2017


It is because of the difference between "a/az" (the) and "egy" (a/an)

For exemple: A fiú fest EGY fát. - The boy paints A tree. A fiú festi A fát. - The boy paints THE tree.

September 1, 2017

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Is the rule that one always adds an "i" at the end of the verb when the object is preceded by a definite article such as "the" (a or az in Hungarian) ?

June 19, 2018


Yes, if the subject is third person singular: http://www.verbix.com/webverbix/go.php?D1=121&T1=fest Not sure if that is always the case, though (still learning, as well) ¯_(ツ)_/¯

July 16, 2018

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    Not always, it depends on the vowel harmony. It can also be -ja: adja, rajzolja, mondja.

    September 7, 2018
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