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Monday at 06:30 PM
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How much is an orange in your country?

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Wednesday at 04:15 AM
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Szia Natália! 😉

-na, -ne, -ná, -né are the endings of the third person singular verbs in conditional case.

If the object is indefinite, the ending is -na or -ne (depending on the vowels - vowel harmony)


Tudna adni egy ezrest?

If the object id definite, the ending is -ná or- né


Kinyitná az ajtót?

Fel tudná váltani (ezt)? - definite object

I hope, I could help.


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Tuesday at 02:46 PM
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Please, could you help me. Why in one question (Tudna kisebb címleteket adni?) the vowel is "a" and in another (Fel tudná váltani?) we write the vowel "á"?

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Since some days ago, I am having trouble reading the PDFs for every lesson. The special characters (á,é,í,ó,ö,ü, etc.)seem to have disappeared. Is it my computer problem or anything else? Please, advise.

Thanks a lot.