I haven't been active on Unilang for waaay too long, so I've decided to start posting again.
I chose Hungarian as optional exam (level A2) at university and I have to study it all by myself since I'm about to graduate and can't go back to my university to follow the course (I passed the A1 course last year scoring 30/30).
The book we use isn't that great, I mean, it's good but it's all in Hungarian and they don't explain grammar rules, they just give examples. So it occurs that I may be confused about some grammar issues. That's why I've created this post. I'd like to post here all my doubts and questions and hope native speakers would like to help me.
So, my first question is about the imperative.
What I understand from the book is that there are two ways of building the 2nd person singular form of the imperative, which are -j and -d, While the 2nd person plural form is always -játok/-jetek.
My question is: when do I use -j and when -d?
I'll copy here the examples that my book reports:
Paolo magyarul tanul. > Paolo, tanulj magyarul!
Ő most a nyelvtant tanulja. > Tanuld meg a nyelvtant!
Bekapcsolom a rádiót. > Kapcsold be a rádiót. ; Kapcsoljátok be a rádiót!
Is it because of the two conjugations? In that case, shouldn't the 2nd person plural also change?
Sorry for the long post.