drink and drinkt always confuse me
Take a look here!
thank you (:
Its telling me to use nuttig? I've never seen that word on here before
Well, you could actually use it
"nuttigen" is the verb "to consume"
Ik nuttig koffie
hij nuttigt koffie
wij nuttigen koffie
Tho I wouldn't personally use it here
Seems like one of Duo's famous glitches. According to Google Translate, "nuttig" means "useful/helpful".
I cant get in the link
Cant get the link... Please explain where to use drink and drinkt
It really is simple.
- ik drink
- je/u drinkt
- hij/ze drinkt
- we drinken
- jullie drinken
- ze drinken
Drink and drinkt mean exactly the same thing, it's just a different conjugation depending on who's doing the drinking.
Have a look at the conjugation: http://www.mijnwoordenboek.nl/werkwoord/drinken
Is koffie de or het? Just to keep in mind for later.
I'm pretty sure "koffie" is "de".
What's the difference between drink and drinkt?
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