What's the difference between drinkt and drink?
From a comment on this site, drinkt seems to be used in the second and third person. Hij drinkt, ik drink, jij drinkt meaning he drinks, I drink, you drink.
It's a bit like he, she and it in english. In english you add an 's', in dutch you add a 't'. In english you have: I drink, he drinks, I walk, she walks etc. In Dutch you have: ik drink, hij drinkt and ik loop, zij loopt
what's the difference between eten and eet?
Eten can be the verb, a plural conjugation or the translation of 'food'.
Eet is a singular conjunction.
Ik eet, jij eet, hij/zij eet, wij eten, jullie eten, zij(pl) eten.
My last name is Dutch
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One of the other possible answers is "Ik appel". Does that translate: "I am an apple"?