If it is the tea that I don't like, I say, "I don't like TO DRINK tea."
If it is the activity that I don't like I say, "I don't like drinking tea. "
QThe former is the more likely of the two.
What is "ua,"? It has not been in any of the lessons thus far, so doesn't seem fair to expect us to answer with that!
"Ủa" is like "wait a minute" or "wait up" it's used to express something you have just noticed something wrong/ new/wierd...
the second time 'ua' was incorrect and now they want thích
third time the correct answer was 'Không, tôi không yêu thích uống trà.'
Why isn't không tôi không thích đang uong trà
"Đang" is incorrect. "Uống" in this sentence is used as a noun and doesn't indicate ongoing action. This can be translated by the English infinitive, "to drink" or gerund, "drinking." (I'd say "to drink" about 90% of the time.)
Cái giọng ông đọc buồn cười vl
What part of duo lingo do we learn that trà xanh means green tea and also side chick/ steal your man?