Trinke, Trinkst, Trinken and Trinkt
I'm getting confused when to use Trinke, Trinken, Trinken and Trinkt... Can anyone help me? Danke!
English person, ending, German example
I, -e, ich trinke
you (singular informal),-st, du trinkst
he/she/it, -t, er/sie/es trinkt
we, -en, wir trinken
you (plural informal), -t, ihr trinkt
you (formal) ,
they , -en, Sie trinken
Trinke - Ich trinke ( I drink ) Trinkst - Du trinkst ( You drink ) Trinken - Sie/Wir trinken ( They/We drink ) Trinkt - sie/er/es trinkt ( she/he/it ) drinks
Hope that helps!
You certainly are confused. In the body of your post you have two Trinkens but only one in the title :-/
Sorry I cannot help you though as I don't know any German, but if you moced the post to the German forum you may get more response.
German has conjugation. English has it too, but the only differences are the 3rd person sing. pronouns, eg. I drink vs he/she/it drinks.
Trinken = To drink
Ich trinke = I drink
Du trinkst = You (informal) drink
Es/sie/er trinkt = He/she/it drinks
Wir Trinken = We drink
Ihr trinkt = You (plural) drink
sie/Sie trinken = They/you (formal) drink