My name is Dumbo and I'm an alcoholic
Fun fact, elephants store fruit in their trunk so it ferments, then they eat it and get drunk
Dumbo only thinks he's flying.
Can it be "the elephant will not drink"? Or is that different?
That would be "Elefanten kommer ikke til å drikke"
Elefanten vil ikke drikke/har ikke lyst til å drikke
Usually not. The phrasing can be used to that effect, but then you would usually add something to tell that you talk about a time in the future. For instance "Elefanten drikker ikke i morgen" - "The elephant will not drink tomorrow".
When is it Elefant and when Elefanten? When I first saw the word it was just "en elefant" (I think), now in this sentence it's elefanten. Aren't both of them nominative?
It depends on the article
Elefanten = the elephant
En elefant = a elefant
For ikke to be in a sentence, is it usually the last word?
I don't know whether I'm correct or not but I realized that for a negative sentence like this the ikke always come after the verb