Translation:Een man drinkt water.
Why is Een y not en?
Een = a or an
En = and
That's what I think.
Or said differently: 'een' is the indefinite article a/an and 'en' means and.
Because "een" means "a" or "an" and "en" means "and".
Een sounds like "in" as in "going IN".
En sounds like the letter N.
So that you can differentiate between the sounds and know which word is which.
how to differentiate beetwen a drunk and drink? also, what if the subject is plural? is it still drinkt?