I am confused about the word order, Can it be "A politikus sétál ott".? because i saw one sentence where the verb is before the adverb(...áll kint)
Saying it like that would answer the question 'who is walking there?' 'the politician is walking there'. I think Duo wants this to be a sentence on it's own rather than an answer to a specific question :P
(Plus it sounds really unnatural)
Since there's no discussion for this sentence, I'm gonna say my answer should be accepted, but can someone please tell me if "The poltician is walking over there" would be acceptable in this case?
"The poltician is walking over there" would be acceptable. And i noticed that in many cases they use "over there" for translating "oda" or "odamegy", so he is actually going to a place.
Hulk014, in this sentence he's not going to a place though; 'ott' just means 'there', but 'oda' means 'to there'.