Oo, I've got to be careful about 11 and 14. tizenegy, tizennégy...
Yes, these are tricky. Notice the double consonant and the long é.
Ki vagy doki?
In common spoken English the word "the" is optional, but totally unnecessary. If one would say " Are you the eleventh? " Another word should follow like "person, student, etc."
Reported "You are the eleventh?" to be accepted.
"Te vagy a tizenegyedik?" = Are you the eleventh? (simple question)
"Te vagy a tizenegyedik?" = You are the eleventh? (emphasis on 'you')
How do you say:
'you or the eleventh'
I thought it is also Te vagy a tizenegyedik but turned out I was wrong...
@Kokoskoarl: You are not wrong.
Te vagy a tizenegyedik. = You are the eleventh.
Te, vagy a tizenegyedik? = You, or the eleventh?