What about "we drank beer" ? Isn't it supposed to be in the past?
"We drank beer in October" should be correct too. This sentence could become either present or past english tenses as per reyzvolution's answer above because there is no context provided.
On second thought, I think it should be accepted, too.
"We drink beer in October" may suggest that it's a habit of his/her to drink beer (only) in October (generalization).
Oktoberfest is a good occasion to drink some Bintang.
what about "the beer"? can someone give me explain . which is better to use "THE" or without
How about "we drink the beer in october" ?
what is defferent "in october" and "in mont of october"
In October (with uppercase), and in the month of October, are the same, but people would use rather "In October", "in the month of October" sounds too formal and is too long.
saat kapan kita menggunakan drunk?
How about "we drink beer on october" Is it true?