In slow-mode there is an "a" in front of "sap": Ik - drink - e - sap. I often don't hear if there is an "een" or a "de" or nothing in front of the object, but here there is a mismatch :-/ I repeated it several times. Do you have that, too?
I'm having a hard time on 'drink' vs 'drinkt'. I was thinking maybe drinkt was plural but it doesn't seem so. What am I misunderstanding? :)
"drinkt" is the form for "je" and "zij/hij/het/men", so the second and third singular. "drink" is just for the "I" form.
Hi! I'm german so this is no big problem for me because it's just the konjugation for the person "He" or "She". :)
One of the possible answers it gives me is " I drink sap" that doesn't make sense.
You can drink it. It just isn't good for you. The sentence still makes grammatical sense.
It's an alveolar fricative: The tip of the tongue must be a little behind your teeth and the air whizzes through right there. I think that it might be a little more open than German "s", giving it a touch of "sh" for German ears.
What does 'Ik drink sap'/'I drink juice' even mean? It could be that they have it as part of a normal routine; or that even tho they don't have it normally by themselves, they can tolerate or like it when someone offers them some. It could also interpreted as a joke statement of intention, e.g. "I'm caveman. I drink juice, now."
The slow audio sounds like "Ik drink E sap"... Can someone explain that to me?
That seems to be an error in slow mode (I noted that too, some month ago, see above). I listened to "Goedendag, sap" just now and that sounded like "Goedendag, e sap" in normal mode ... might be that it's an audio problem? I have that from time to time - audios that started delayed or - more often - stopped a little early.