I'm drinking some right now, actually. Lol
me. migraine :D
I hear "Ih drink kófee". the k is missing from Ik. Is this how it's said?
Note that in the Netherlands, coffee is black by default. You'll often find sugar and milk on the table, you can help yourself.
Here in the UK I'm often considered weird for having a tea spoon in my coffee at all times.
I'm getting this sentence in the strengthening exercice after Food Basics, which I've completed. There are many words coming up -- like coffee -- that i haven't learned yet.
You need to say ik
Ik drink geen koffie
I don't drink the world's most addictive drug called coffee. Jk but I don't drink coffee anyways.
I don't think it is the most addictive, but very likely the most widely used addictive substance. Well that or sugar
I need some!
Does this also translate to "I am drinking coffee"?
I dont drink coffee but my dad does