Definite conjugation, so how can a correct translation omit "The" before "school"?
From what I know, in Hungarian the generalizations are considered definite, take the definite article and when it is the object, the verb will be definite as well.
Is this supposed to be school (in general) or the school (specific building)? Is there a way to diferentiate those two in hungarian?
I guess you could say iskolaépület to mean the school building, but it's not necessary to do so.
"Do you not like your school" perhaps?
How odd. In English the two translations have definite, if subtley, different meanings. With "the" this means specifically attending classes at this particular school. Without "the" it means attending classes in general (which school is irrelevant).
See, different languages don't make the same distinctions. :)
Is szeret not love?
It can have different shades depending on how you use the word.