I only heard trink, and normally I'd be ok because context, but since sie can be singular or plural, I'm a bit upset
When do i use She and They (Sie and Sie)? They are THE SAME WORD! How the heck should i even know????????
They are not the same word, in fact. The two words are Sie, and sie. The word Sie is "you" and the word sie is "she". No difference? Look for the capital letter there. "You/ Sie" has a capital letter, while "sie" does not. In speech, the only difference is context. "Sie essen" opposed to "sie isst." The context.
But in this case, "Sie trinken wein" the word "Sie" is the first, making it capital. Right?
Not necessarily. 'Sie trinken' can either mean 'they drink' (which is plural) or 'you drink' (formal you which is singular).
Sie when used as they is spelled with capital letter (Sie) and without capital letter when used as she but here it's confusing
So if I was asking "Do you drink wine"? Would it be said like this; "Wein trinken Du"? I have read in other articles that the objective comes first, verb second then than the person, is this true?
When asking questions, such as "Do you drink wine?", the verb comes first. "Trinkst du Wein?"
This is the same as "She is drinking wine" right? So then why is that wrong?
“Sie” can mean “she” and “they”. If you want to know which “sie” they are talking about, take a look at the context. “Trinken” implies that there’s more than one person, so there you go.
Yes, and it can also be the formal "you", but in this case the first letter is always capitalized: "Sie".