I'm starting to think Dutch is just English spelled wrong.
Are you sure it's not the other way around?
I have a question. Is the sentence in present simple or in present continuous?
I guess you can use both YanurSayn1 because whenever I am unsure I use present continuous and it tend to accept it. But when you get a word that is so specific, it won't be accepted. You kinda see the pattern as you go along to be honest
Thanks for your explain .
When do you use drink and when do you use drinkt?
Use “drink” when the subject is “I” “Ik drink” and “drinkt” means “drinks” when the subject is He/she/it, “Hij drinkt.“ He drinks etc.