"The trains are not new."
Translation:A vonatok nem újak.
When do you use -ok, and when -ak? I would have expected aCa and uCo, but instead it seems to be the opposite
What is the difference between vonatok and vonatokat? I thought it was vonatok - plural of trains vonatokat - accusative plural of trains. Please, someone explain ^v^
I wrote "A vonatokat nem ujak" because I thought it would be accusative but it was marked wrong.
I see. "Vonatok" is the subject of the sentence, it is in the nominative. We use the accusative when the noun is the direct object of a verb.
"Én nem látok vonatokat." - I do not see trains.
"Én" is the subject, it is in the nominative. "Vonatokat" is the object, it is in the accusative.