Why this sentence is "The woman is drinking" and is not "The woman drinks"? I don't understand it
"The woman" can be either 'kvinnen' or 'kvinna', but it just depends on geography and dialect I believe.
Im finding "Kvinnen" kinda hard to say. The audio makes it sound like the "K" and "V" are said simultaneously and I cant do it. In reality is their a slight gap between the "K" and "V" or is it said super fast as if one sound?