still don't get the difference between drink , drinkt and drinken. Also eet and eten
They are different conjugations of the same verb. Much like the difference in English between "I drink" and "she drinks". Take a look here for the full conjugation table.
English speakers, who have never done any other languages before have a hard time getting conjugation, as it is used so rarely in English.
Except for in the present tense of every full verb...
why can't the translation "Ik drink thee en eet een brood" wrong? Why do I have to use twice the "I"?