"A piacra megy a villamos vagy a pályaudvarra?"

Translation:Is the tram going to the market or the railway station?

September 9, 2016



What about, "Does the tram go to the market or to the railway station?"

October 16, 2016


Sure. That's good, too.

November 20, 2016


Here i could not understand that the tram was the subj, the verb is infront of it, so the focus in on the market, that vagy is between the tram and the station, so its confusing... there is any rules about it or should i just go to exclusion to sort it out?

June 20, 2017


Oh, that's fairly easy. The subject is the only noun that doesn't have any of the (rag-)suffixes or postpositions. Piac and pályaudvar both sport the -ra suffix, so they must be objects.

The focus is on piacra here because it's getting compared to pályaudvarra. Where does the tram go?

June 20, 2017


Thank you, i'll keep that in mind! :)

June 21, 2017


Useful sentence!!! :)

May 20, 2017


I'm pretty sure "tramway" is correct.

June 6, 2017


Please suggest it as an alternative translation.

June 6, 2017


Maybe, but people (except maybe railway engineers) don't usually want to know where the tramway goes, but rather where the tram goes.

July 17, 2017
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