Ya milk drinker.
when there is 2 K's, is it almost pronounced like an English "g"?
yeah, sometimes :)
"jeg drikker mælk" when does it mean "i drink water" and when does it mean "i am drinking water" please help me out with this :/
Jeg drikker mælk = I drink milk / I am drinking milk
Jeg drikker vand = I drink water / I am drinking water
"Drikker" means both "drink/drinks" and "am drinking/are drinking"
There was missed vocabulary
you should be able to put 'the' before milk
But then it would be 'mælken'.
I drink milk = Jeg drikker mælk
I drink the milk = Jeg drikker mælken
There is a difference.
Guys where do i find that ea letter???
æ, ø, å
am i supse to translate or just read out lout?
Å=latin O Æ=a sound between a and e Ø=a sound between o and e O=U U=a strange U
Is the pronunciation "Ie" or "Ia", when you want to say 'I' ? Thanks.