Could some kind person please help to explain how we form "in" for the word endings of "nyár" and "ősz" Thanks
Summer and winter take the -n ending with appropriate linking vowel, as if you were saying "on" summer and "on" winter: nyáron and télen
Spring and autumn take the -val/-vel ending (which isn't explained as a topic on Duo), as if you were saying "with spring" and "with autumn." The v of this ending assimilates with other consonants, so you get
ősz + vel = ősszel "in autumn"
tavasz + val = tavasszal "in spring"
Thanks very much for that jsiehler, it would seem that nothing is straight forward with this language. :)
Would "It does not snow..." be said differently in Hungarian, or should I report it?
"It does not snow" would be better for nem havazik or nem esik a hó.
The given sentence Nyáron és ősszel nincs hó doesn't mention snow actively falling, it just says there isn't any snow.
I wrote "There isn't snow in the summer or in the autumn," and my answer was marked incorrect. Should I report it?