Han for Han Solo.
Hon for Honey (I guess...)
Thats how i remember it!
Try not to get 'hon' and 'han' mixed up
In English you could say "she drinks water" or "she drinks the water" which would mean different things. Can you not say this in Swedish, or is vatten "water" and not "the water"? Did I forget something?
why is it "dricker" and not "drycker"?
dricker is a verb meaning 'drinks' or 'is drinking' but drycker is the plural of the noun dryck which means 'drink', 'beverage'.
I hear "drickel" rather than "dricker"... Am I hearing correctly?