맛있다: to be delicious
마시다: to drink
Kevin, sorry oot. Could you explain what does the second 었 like in 생각했었나봐요 mean? I only learned the first 했어 that means past form. Thank you.
I drink = I am drinking. Many languages do not reflect the English "am". Even in french Je mange translates to "I eat".
so.. do you think the "I am drinking" as a sentence should still be correct? Because I am a little worried about this since I actually wrote "I am drinking" and got it wrong. In Spanish (since its a romance language) we don't use "am" for actions for oneself. The closest are the gerund verbs, like in french "Je suis de manger".
I may not be 100% correct, but I learned that to say you are currently doing something, you add "고 있다" to the verb stem. For the verb "to drink", the stem is "마시", So with the same level of formality as the above sentence, to say "I am drinking" would be "저는 마시고 있습니다." Here's an article with more info: https://www.howtostudykorean.com/unit1/unit-1-lessons-17-25-2/lesson-18/
I keep getting this one wrong. Is there some kind of glitch? I'm choosing the same exact as the corrected answer, but it keeps marking this one and 'the animal writes' wrong. I can not progress.
The answer Im using is "I drink" and have not gotten it wrong...it may be a glitch