Just like Hemingway!
And my ex!
And my axe!
Friends don't let friends drink and write
Say no to drinking & writing
And that is how Alice In Wonderland came to be...
I think there was a little more than drinking going on for that one...
Ask the caterpillar!
For some reason I am considering following Duo's advice!
"Write drunk and edit sober"
~ Actual advice that was given to me
Damn good advice
Code drunk and debug sober.
Can drinken mean drink alcohols like English?
"Jan is toch gestopt met drinken?"
"Ja, vorige week. Hij is alweer aan de fles."
Why Jij and not Je?
Both are fine, unless it was a type-what-you-hear exercise.
It didn't accept "je" >:(
Ja, dat klopt.
Schrijft vs Schrijf ?
Add a t at the end if it is imperative (if I have my grammar terms correct)
basically when referring to a specific person
Yes but the the term imperative is not what you are looking for here. Imperative refers to giving commands.
Schrijft is the second-person conjugation for schrijven eg. Je schrijft (you write) versus Ik schrijf (I write). Additionally, when you ask it as a question then the 't' at the end is dropped resulting in Schrijf je? (Do you write?).
2nd person (you) vs 1st person (I). I am writing = Ik schrijf.
Better than 'drink and drive'
No duo. Its you
Dont spill your drink doing it
Nothing could go wrong now
You drink and write.... stupid stuff on facebook and regret it in the morning
How do we say all that?
En dat is waarom je ziet de appels lopen. Sorry.
Reminds me of Tyrion, I drink and I know things lol
You drink and you know things..
Jouw naam is Ernst Hemingweg
How do you pronounce "schrijft"? the recording is too fast for me when I try to repeat it out loud.
Thats me writing my thesis
My goodness, that word has 8 letters and only one is vowel.
Ik drink en ik ken dingen.
Don't drink and write.
Spreet nee to drinkt en schrijft
I notice a big difference between Dutch and English is the plural you stays plural with the verbs, in the sentence. Not so, in English.
Why not "je drinkt en schrijft?"
Hank Moody vibes here
I sure do, Duo. I sure do.
That seems quite common