I'm confused. Does this mean that I am taking a drink? Like from a fountain? Or does it mean that I have a drink, as in I have a bottle of water or a cup of coffee? Because I've seen both drikke and drikk used apparently synonymously.
Read the explanation from EivindMeyer. I find it very useful too
I don't understand when to use "drikk" and when to use "drikke"
I am also confused about this.
Does this extend in the same way English does, meaning an alcoholic beverage, too?
It means anything you can consume. An alcoholic beverage might be more commonly referred to as 'en drink'.
Yes i have a drea.. drink !
What's the difference here between "drikke" and "drikk"?