Why is it not "What are we cooking"? Or is cooking and baking two different verbs in Hungarian as well?
How about "What do we bake?"? Is this too likely to be confused with "What shall we bake?"?
I'm still not understanding how to know when to translate it to "you are" or "we are."
The ending of the verb gives you information about the subject. Each of the six grammatical persons (1st, 2nd, 3rd, with singular and plural each), gets a different suffix. For süt, the indefinite present-tense conjugation looks like this:
- sütni - to bake (infinitive)
- én sütök - I bake
- te sütsz - you (singular) bake
- ő süt - he/she/it bakes
- mi sütünk - we bake
- ti süttök - you (plural) bake
- ők sütnek - they bake