Isn't it fine to put the object before the verb? As in "a politikus gyakran riportereket vár"?
Yes, that's correct too.
Why not: "Gyakran a politikus vár riportereket"
In hungarian your version sounds more like this: "Often the politician is who waits for reporters."
And why not A politikus gyakran riportereket var.It is so Hungarian without any doubt.Please Hungarians answer I think it is very important for study the soul of Hungarian language
It is correct as well. Don’t worry. :)
riposterek is plural. Why must there be ripostereket as these are not definite riporters but riporters in general
There is nothing to do here with definite and indefinite conjugation. In this case there are only two correct options "riporterekre" or "riportereket". If you are waiting for something, you have to choose one of those.
Can "Gyakran vár riportereket a politikus." be accepted?
And "Gyakran riportereket vár a politikus."?