Translation:You eat the crepes and you drink wine.
I wrote "You are eating the crepes and drinking wine". It wanted "You are eating the crepes and drink wine". It was always my understanding that present simple and present continuous are identical and French, unlike the English equivalent. I believe my answer should have been correct.
Yup, there's a pretty reliable pattern you can work out, not perfect but fairly consistent> http://french.about.com/od/pronunciation/a/accents.htm