Translation:Sir, do you want to drink water?
I put "Sir, would you like to drink water?" and the app told me the correct answer would be "Sir, you'd like to drink water?" - what kind of English is that?! :D
If a waitperson were asking this in the U.S., wouldn't it be more usual to hear: Do you want water to drink, Sir?
I used this as my answer too, at least we know we're right
even if duo lingo doesn't
I put "Sir do you wish to drink to drink water?" It was marked wrong, but I believe it would be a much more likely way to be asked in English than "want"
and if sir comes at the end, how is this WRONG?
Another alternative translation "Sir, do you want to drink some water?"