Could someone write the transcription of this sentence, since there's no audio? (Maybe I need to go back and review some previous lessons so I can remember these words better!) Thanks for your help!
I assumed my question would've been understood for its intended generality. My mistake. I do not mean in this exact case but rather, if it had been intended as a question. Is it just a simple matter of inflection? If so, that would follow the nature of every other language I am familiar with. Still, I found it safer not to assume.
In writing a question mark is the only difference, unless you include the question word האם (ha'im), which is slightly formal. In speech, if no האם is present then the only indicator is intonation.
Can a native speaker tell me if it is more usual for present tense verbs to be used ongoing vs repeated/habitual actions? IE in this case, the sentence could be interpreted as either "she is drinking milk [right now]" or "she drinks milk" in the sense of not avoiding milk. Or does the meaning depend a lot on context?
Context. There is no way to distinguish between usual activities and current ones, i.e. present simple vs. present continuous/progressive in English. It can either mean "you usually drink milk" or "you are drinking milk (currently)".