"The woman drinks beer."
Translation:Kvinnan dricker öl.
Dryck (sing.) or drycker (pl.) is a noun, while dricka/dricker is a verb.
Kvinnan dricker en dryck = The woman drinks a drink
Dricker -- Drinking
Drycker -- Drinks, as in the plural of drink. "I have a drink".
"Dryck" is considered to mean beverage, but Duolingo still counts it as valid if you use drink instead of beverage. Considering that "dryck" means beverage, than "drycker" would mean beverageing? Just doesn't make sense.
I'm having a hard time pronouncing Ol (wow, I don't even have that symbol on my cell!). It sounds like some words in French but not quite that??