Why have they suddenly thrown a specifically formal sentence in? I accept it should be in the course - it's important - but can't we have it as a separate lesson?
And how come "is" is now also instead of too?
Is önök only You pl. or also THEY? (they was marked wrong). Is it not both times 3. Person plural or do I mix something?
Önök = You ( Plural formal ).,
Ők = They.
The conjugation itself is third person plural, that is correct. But "Önök" makes it clear that it is "You", not "They".
Are you moving out as well is a less awkward way of say: Are you also moving out? but they do mean the same thing in English.
Shouldn't the verb be "költöztök"?
Én is kiköltözöm? Te is kiköltözöl? Ön is kiköltözik? Ő is kiköltözik?
Mi is kiköltözünk? Ti is kiköltöztök? Önök is kiköltöznek? Ők is kiköltöznek?