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.
Oh, I hope a man isn't drinking the water from the temple of the Many-Faced God!
Why is it not "A man drinks water"? I though dricker means "drink", "drinks" and "is drinking"
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??!!!
Is "vatten" really 'the water'?
No. Vatten is water. Vattnet is the water.
Why is "A man is drinking a water" not acceptable?
i like it and i'm doing great for my first time!!!!!!!!:)
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)