They are mammals. They do.
Beat me to it lol
A mouse is a mammal; it most certainly would drink milk.
Nothing is impossible. Duh
What is the difference between doesn't and does not? Should i write only Does Not to get ...Correct...?
doesnt should suffice as its short for does not but maybe the danes have a shortened version equiv to doesnt
It's kind of like in English when you say I drink no milk isn't it?
"ikke" modifies the verb, not the noun, more like "not" in English. A more direct translation of "I drink no milk" would be "Jeg drikker ingen mælk"
Quick question: How does one tell the difference between "does not" and "is not" in scandinavian languages? Is it based upon context alone?
Only when it is not a baby mouse anymore
My childhood is a lie
I had the correct answer!
"ikke" should be before "drikker" Denmark.
Make it easier for the rest of us
Not goes after the verb. Why should the Danes be different?
?! In English we don't say he drinks not water xd
In modern english most people would find it weird if someone said He drinks not water he drinks not of the water. But ig its correct im not an english dudeman
You are too lazy to learn correctly right?