Isn't ok to write " The woman drinks tea"?
It should be. Did you get an error for it?
Yes all the time...
Yes, in English we don't say that man/women drinks tea.
It would actually be trinkst if you were to say the woman drinks tea
No. Die Frau = sie = 3rd person singular: sie trinkt.
Thats what I did and it said I did it right
Es ist wie eine Falle
Yeah its okay, I wrote the same and got it correct
Yup...that is accepted
they wanted you to write it in German
What are the other forms for trinkt?
Präteritum: ich trank Perfekt: ich habe getrunken
I was just getting frustrated over this. Thank you
You should be able to see the conjugation tables if you go to your Words, then click on the verb in the list, and then choose "more details" in the side bar.
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I don't use Whatsapp/skype and I have no facebook account. If you have a question, you can post it here or on my stream.
I would suggest not to post your email and phone numbers openly on the internet.
Thank you so much for your generous response. Surely I will on your stream. But since I am new here, may I know how to post something on someone's stream?
Just click on my name and write in the box ;)
Frau means woman.
No that would be trinkst
Frau can't be wife?
It only means wife if it's someone's woman.
"Seine Frau trinkt Tee" would mean "his wife drinks tea" for example.
She pronounces "Tee" wrong, from what I've learned, and I've always taken high German. I'm pretty sure it's supposed to sound like "Tay" but without much of a 'y' sound at the end.
The woman drinks tea is right answer.
Yes or no
I wrote it but it was incorrect
Why do they capitalize Tee? To draw attention to a new word? Or is this a capitalization rule in German?
Yes. In German, every noun is capitalized.
I keep writing the translation and I keep getting it wrong. I thought it was because of the period, but I still keep getting it wrong whether it was "The woman is drinking tea." Or "The woman drinks tea."
Lmao, it counted everything correct except "Tee", which is pretty much pronounced the same in German as in English.
Isn't the woman drank tea correct..?
Not as a translation of die Frau trinkt Tee.
The German sentence is in the present tense but your English sentence is in the past tense.
Um...wrote what it said, spelling too, and it said I was wrong....
It is grammatically correct to say the woman drinks tea
lingot plz also i like apple tea
Woman women opsss
The wife drinks tea?? I put woman and it came up with wife :(
Why cant we write die frau hat tee
That means "the woman has tea"
Frau is not lady?
Lady is "Dame"
In the drop-down box when you hover over Frau, it lists lady as a possible translation.
Frau is woman
Someone else said that ,well wrote it down
I understand frau and everything but im still dont quite get Die Das and Der whats the diferences? And how do you know when to use a sertain one?
Der (masculine), die (feminine), das(neutral)
Den is the accusative counterpart of der;die and das remain the same in the accusative case.
I put 'the woman drink tea' and got it wrong. Why?
You need to add an -s to 3rd person singular in English: "the woman drinks tea".
because you must add s to thethird singular pronoun in english language