WT£?? how did you get to the V jeezuz! It must be an irregular isn't it?
Yes, jön is irregular. In the present, jövök, jössz, jön / jövünk, jöttök, jönnek.
I might say, the occasional v appearing is not all that surprising, but the double ssz in the 2nd person singular is a weirder irregularity.
OM£G! I efin love Hungarian now!
the english sentence uses a double negative so it is wrong!!
The English sentence is fine. There is no double negative.
In practice, "No, we're not coming" is a more likely translation, but that is a matter of verb tense, not negatives.