"Pizsamában vagy?"

Translation:Are you in pajamas?

August 6, 2016



Are you wearing a pajama was wrong and the correct solution was: You are in pajamas? I already made a rapport, because I think, that's wrong.

August 6, 2016


In English, pyjamas/pajamas are in the plural, like trousers/pants etc.

In the singular only as a modifier (pyjama top, pyjama party, etc., like trouser leg etc.).

August 6, 2016


Thank you! So it means: Are you in pajamas? or Are you wearing pajamas?

August 6, 2016


Yes, those two should be accepted, I think. (And I'd probably say the second one - well, I'd say it with pyjamas.)

August 6, 2016


Duo sais pajamas. I tried it first with pyjamas too.

August 6, 2016


Ah, I see. It should accept both, I think.

(Apparently pyjamas is "mostly British", which explains why it's the version my father used and why it's not the one Duo accepted initially -- most courses use American for their English.)

Report if you prefer pyjamas and it doesn't accept those :)

August 7, 2016


the word order (in the English sentence) seems wrong. Isn't it a question? So "are" should come before "you"

November 3, 2016


You're right that in English we would usually ask a question with "Are you ..." However, to express surprise rather than ask for information (I can see that you're in pyjamas, and this is surprising) you can also use ordinary statement word order and just show the surprise/question with your voice. Duo should definitely accept both answers though!

March 5, 2017



September 17, 2017


Yes, it's a question, Dravapresszo, you are right. Duo accepted "Are you wearing pajamas?", but in the comment page it appears "You are ...?".

December 30, 2016


When i "strengten skills" i always have 4 or 5 sentences focused on the same word. here 'pajamas'. it might be more relevant to have more variations

April 27, 2017


why is “Do you have pajamas on?” incorrect?

October 15, 2018


------- duo probably wants to know whose pajamas do you have on . do you have your pajamas on ? do you have your brother's pajamas on ? or, "are you wearing pajamas ? " etc . . .

Big 4 feb 19

February 5, 2019


I'm not sure what you mean, the Hungarian sentence doesn't imply wanting to know whose pajamas you wear. I think JackScholl1's translation should be accepted.

February 5, 2019
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