Why isn't "är" used in this case?
Is mannen wrong?
It would be correct if the sentence was: "The man is drinking water."
What's the difference between mannen and en man
Dricker means drink or drinking?
It means both drinks and is drinking, since there is no special continuous form in Swedish, our present tense covers both.
Isn't "drinks " spelled "drycker"?
"Drycker" means "things that you drink", it's a noun.
Tack så mycket
Should it not be correct to say "En man sitter och dricker vatten"?
Only if you want to say "a man is sitting and drinking water"
I don't get it. I thought that "sitter och" and "ligger och" + verb are used to express that sth. is happening right now!?
Man wasnt an option?
A man is drinking water and eating bread and apple