"Én nem sétálok be, hanem kint várok."
Translation:I don't walk in, but wait outside.
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I'm reporting this on every screen where it is applicable, but English very often doesn't use "but" in translating sentences like this, it just repeats the subject for a parallel clause. "I'm not walking in, I'm waiting outside." Eventually someone will catch on to this, I hope.