Be-tör-ő, in-breaker, German: Einbrecher
Betörend (German) - charming. Most burglars are not.
Is kávézó regional? In my 2 years in Szeged, it was always a kávéház. I never heard this word for a café...and I spent a LOT of time in cafes!!
I would say "kávézó" is "a place where you can drink coffee". The same way you might say "eatery" for a restaurant or buffet or other place that serves food. But few restaurants would call themselves "eatery".
A "kávéház" is a nice "kávézó".
Living in the central part of Hungary (near Szolnok) I always see all these kinds of kávézó, söröző, borozó and even dohányzó. ;)
Uh, what is the criteria here for using the simple or continuous form - it's ever changing. Why suddenly not "are walking"??
The difference is not significant, so both tenses should be accepted. :)