"The new year begins tomorrow."
Translation:Holnap kezdődik az új év.
Why do we have here: "Holnap kezdodik az uj ev" vs. the previous sentence: "a szakacs octoberban kezd". Both are 3rd person singular with certain time description, so why one time "kezd" and one time "kedodik"?
"Kezdődik" is reflexive(?), which means that it happens to itself. The year itself is starting. In the other sentence, the cook starts doing something, starts working. The year begins, the cook starts working.