"I drink water."

Translation:Jeg drikker vann.

3 years ago

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There are "drikker", "drikk", and "drikke". When do you use these variations in Norwegian?

3 years ago

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'drikk'(drink) is the imperative of 'å drikke'(to drink). These are usually commands.

Drink the juice! Drikk juicen/jusen!

'drikke'(drink) is part of the infinitive 'å drikke'(to drink). These may appear after modal verbs, such as 'kan', 'vil', 'må', &c...

Can you drink the milk? Kan du drikke melken?

'drikker'(drink(s)) is the present tense of 'å drikke'(to drink)

He drinks OR He is drinking. Han drikker.

3 years ago

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This is an odd sentence to throw into the computers lesson. But I suppose I like the refresher.

1 year ago
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