What I am seeing is
and Hij/Zij/Ze: Drinkt
Ah this confuses me. Thanks for clarifying
you are correct
That's right! See here for the full conjugation table. In the present tense, drinken is a regular verb and is conjugated the same way as lopen.
Why "ik drink de melk" is wrong?
Drink is for drink and drinkt is for drinks?
Almost correct, drinkt is also for you drink. All three plural forms of to drink (wij, jullie, zij) are drinken.
Is "Drink" when its reffering to yourself?
Why when is third person is like: "de melk" but here is just melk??
hgsj.6tgc iuhv jm
Ik drink melk
A ver si me llamo la atención y la pases muy especial para mí y para que me digas que