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Can this also be translated: "I am drinking Milk." ? Or is that: "Ich trinkst Milch."?
Ich trinke Milch is both "I drink milk" and "I am drinking milk". "trinkst" goes with "du" (you).
Okay.. so trinkt and trinkst and trinke are basically the same no? If not what is the difference and how do you use them differently?
No, they're not the same. Learn/know your conjugations. For "trinken" in present tense they are:
Why "the girl" is written as "das mädchen" in german ?? In my view girl being feminine, so "die" must be used ...please clarift
"Das Mädchen" is a diminuitiv from "Die Magd" (= the maid). In German, diminuitivs are always neuter (for example: "Der Sessel" - "Das Sesselchen", "Die Mutter" - "Das Mutterchen/Mütterchen").