Why "I drink, you are drinking" is incorrect? I tought there was no difference in simple present and present continuous
Same for "I am drinking, you drink." This should be a correct answer.
Same with me, But when I wrote ''I drink, you drink''= It was correct , like this I got I am drinking, you are drinking correct too, but if we write both differently, It gets wrong...
so basically du is just saing you but it always is the same as ich so ich=trinke du=trinkst they mean the same thing..coment me if im wrong
Yep, I just wrote it exactly like that to mess with Lord Duo and yep he messed me back.
Could someone explain the difference between; trinkt, trinke and trinken! (those are probably misspelled sry)
ich trinke (i drink) er, sie, es, trinkt (he/she/it drinks) wir + sie drinken (we+ they drink) ihr trinkt (you (plurar) drink)
its like: i drink, he drinkS
I drink, you drink, we both have a problem with alcohol addiction
Duo accepted "i drink, you drint", but not "I drink, thou drinkst".
i typed "i'm drinking, you drink" as my answer and it was marked wrong, with the correction being "i am drinking, you are drinking." anyone know why?
Is the punctuation correct? No semicolon between independent clauses?
"du trinkst" is the familiar "you"-singular. "Sie trinken" when translated as "You are drinking" would be the formal "you" or used when speaking to a stranger- but still singular. "Ihr trinken", I think is the plural formal for "You, meaning many you's, are drinking". I'm not sure if what I have inserted here is completely correct or not.
I accidentally wrote 'an' instead of 'am', can they please make it that that was right
I work hard in this duolingo and it tells me that is not right. What the fudge