could you use "öl" to mean "ale" as well or is there another word that means "ale?"
dricker is the verb 'drinks'
drycker is the plural of the noun dryck 'beverage'
I tried "The woman is drinking a bear" and Duo told me I'm wrong, is he right?
yep, because it is "öl" without the article "en" so correct way is: The woman is drinking beer. Kvinnan dricker öl.
In previous sentence, using the word "öl" the translation was "ale". Now that I gave "ale" as translation, I was said it's wrong. That's not consistent. What is it finally?