We were all thinking it, but I want to commend this man for having the bravery to say it.
Kefir is amazing tho. It's essentially carbonated sourmilk! Yeah it's not for everyone, but it's really good for you.
It's actually much better with sugar. Personally, I think 2 teaspoons would be enough for a cup of kefir.
Using ain't expresses more shock or surprise than "this isn't milk." Though it is hard to tell through text.
Depends on the dialect, really, although most English teachers won't tell you that.
If you are saying "this is not a glass of milk" (это не стакан молока) it would be correct, but "milk" itself is not something you can count easily (like 2 milk, 4 milk, etc. are incorrect) and therefore using "a" is wrong. Usually you only use "a" if you are talking about solid nouns and not liquids/gases, or things that aren't in plural form.
When i answered this question, it said correct answer but it was in red and there was the wrong answer sound. I put "this is not milk".
This didn't specify if what we heard had to be in English or Russian, I wrote the answer in English :(
In English we do not refer to milk as "a". I am assuming that is why it was not accepted. I do not know why we don't refer to milk as "a" . Sorry.
Because the "this" implies that you are meaning one specific object or thing so you cannot use the indefinite article