i am really confused with conjurgating the drink verb :S
What makes it "Trinkt" instad of "Trinkst"? Isn't 'trinkt' the Ihr form?
Ich trinke.. Du (you) trinkst.. Er (he) /Sie (she) / Es trinkt.. Ihr trinkt.. Wir/Sie (they) trinken
If den is for der, is there an equivalent for das?
Why don't you just follow the link I provided? It's all there.
Will somebody explain what an accusative whatever is?
See here: http://german.about.com/library/blcase_sum.htm
Thank you! :)
Why isnt Er trinkt das Wasser correct?
Pls help me with drink forms
I drink = Ich trinke...
You (singular) drink = Du trinkst...
He/She/It drinks = Er/Sie/Es trinkt...
You (plural) drink = Ihr trinkt
We/They drink = Wir/Sie trinken
What makes "Er ist trinkt das Wasser" wrong :(
That means, " he is drinks the water"
Can we say (Er ist das wasser trinken) ?!
You only need one verb in German: trinkt.. Er trinkt das Wasser. He (is) drinking the water.
What is the difference between die, Der, Das, den
Why not "der" Wasser? you would say "Sie isst den Apfel" wouldn't you?
I would but I don't see the connection. 'Wasser' is neuter and the accusative singular definite article for neuter nouns is 'das'.
Den is only for male nouns, such as DER Apfel. Water is DAS Wasser, and is therefore neuter.
What about female nouns? I am curious.
Das Wasser , der Apfel... every noun in German has an assigned gender - gender of nouns have to be memorized :)