How do I tell if dricker is drinking or drinks when I speak outside? It's confusing me.
There is no difference as far as i know this phrase could also be translated into "a man drinks water" its all about context. As far as i know.
Swedish native here. She reads the sentence to quick in the start. There is no pause between the first two words. It sounds wrong.
Why is it not "A man drinks water"? I though dricker means "drink", "drinks" and "is drinking"
Is "vatten" really 'the water'?
No. Vatten is water. Vattnet is the water.
Oh, I hope a man isn't drinking the water from the temple of the Many-Faced God!
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Why is it not, "A man drinking water"?
I write A man is drinking water and i get wrong??
And the answer is actually the same as i wrote??!!!
what is the difference between 'en man' and 'mannen' ?
"En man" is a man "Mannen" is the man
En man: A man
Mannen: THE man (definitive)
Why it's so hard?