He he. She drinks oil.
As a German I can relate. I'm always tempted to write oil.
Same here haha
Both makes you fat ;)
I think of it as "ale" in English and that helps me remember
Is there a phonetic difference between dricker and drycker?
Yes. Y is somewhere between i and ü.
dricker and drycker what are the differences, please
dricker is the verb 'drinks'
drycker is the plural of the noun dryck 'beverage'
could you use "öl" to mean "ale" as well or is there another word that means "ale?"
We usually use the English word to mean ale.
I thought it was oil for a second...
Damn. They've been watching me.
Is that öl beer? Tell me if I'm wrong!
I tried "The woman is drinking a bear" and Duo told me I'm wrong, is he right?
A beer* of course ...
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?
Talking about beer in general: Öl.
Talking about specific types of beer: Ale, Stout, Lager, Weissbier, Pilsner...
Alana Bloom much....
Guys I cant speak, when I wanna start its like "Doesnt sound right" but I didnt even start