''Du'' means you, and you talk about 1 person/to one person. Where ''I'' are you like ''you guys'' and you talk about more than one person.
I must be missing something.. So 'i' can mean "in" or "you" based on context?
In this case, it was you plural. I think that you'd have to look at the context of the sentence to know exactly which 'I' is being used. If it's capitalized, it's the plural you (which would not be apparent if it's spoken, obviously).
Please report it! "You guys", "you all" and other variations should be accepted, but it's best to just report them.
Hey Nono199108! As far as I know, there is no difference between Present Continuous vs Present Simple in Danish, both are the same :)
In some parts of the north of England people often say 'yous' which I guess is the same as I in Danish
Why use " I " instead of " du " for the sentence which means, " You are drinking milk. " ?
It just looks like that, it is a capital I, look at all the other dots underneath, its just the style they have used
Can "jeg drikker maelk"= I drink milk too, not just "I am drinking milk"? "I drink" is present tense, while "drinking" is present progressive. I got "I drink milk" wrong.
English sentences start with a capital to show it is the start of a sentence. *face palm.
BATMAN-FAN is right, but if you're saying your answer wasn't accepted because it's not starting with a capital, you either have a mistake you're not noticing or you just have to report it :)