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Is it said like Vod with a long O sound
I think if we're going by English pronunciation, I'd probably say it's closer to "vahd".
why can this not be how are you drinking?
That would be Hur dricker du?.
Can this sentence be used in a situation where you're in a café? Like, is the waiter gonna ask you this or something else?
No, it doesn't really work like that.
What you drinking isnt excepted ;-;
That's because it isn't correct English: you need "are". And I think you mean it wasn't accepted.
Is this as it is in English...a drink order?
I guess it could be construed as such - but no, not normally. It really has the literal meaning of either "what do you drink?" or "what are you drinking?"
Would this be a way to ask if the other wants a drink?
Like what do you want to drink?
It's not a fixed phrase or anything, but it could absolutely be understood that way. In isolation, though, it would not be my first thought.
But how would you then ask that?
"Vill du ha något att dricka?"
That would be "Do you want something to drink?" (Or, more idiomatically, "Would you like something to drink?")
You could ask e.g. Vad vill du ha att dricka? as well, for the other meaning ("What would you like to drink?")
Mitt te, varför?
How do we say to ask what do you drink ? While oferring something
I'd probably just ask Vad vill du ha?, i.e. literally "What do you want?"
What if I wanna say "What drinks you"?
Vad dricker dig?, I suppose.
Careful, in an English bar this would be taken to mean: "What are you drinking? and can I get you another?"
Vragen zijn moeilijk.
Jag dricker vatten.
Can someone give me a general idea how swedish sentences are formed, very confusing
I'm happly married!
Is dricker du vad also correct?
No, I'm sorry to say. When asking a question the general rule is to start with the question word itself.