It is the noun that is having something done to it. In this sentence 'the juice' (המיץ) is being drunk.
Drinkable juices usually come from fruits and vegetables, but the liquid that drains from raw meat is also called juice, before flour is added to make it into gravy.
Any reason 'we drink the fruit juice' isnt accepted? I mean fruit is where the juice i drink comes from... is there another common type of juice? (Is gravey juice?)
It could also mean coca cola for example, at least in Hebrew. The word 'fruit' isn't mentioned so it doesn't have to be a fruit juice..
Carrot juice. I also know people who drink the "juice" from an Israeli salad (like tomato and cucumber juice)
no. "את" is always sounds the same.
Don't confuse את ("you" for female singular) which is pronounced AAT (that rhymes with BUT) and את that describes a direct object which is pronounce ET