How do you tell the difference between 'drinks' and 'is drinking'?
Would like an answer as well, shouldn't both be marked as correct?
I'm a bit confused isn't "en flicka" mean "A girl" and not "One girl". Can anyone please explain and correct me?
It means both, you just have to decide from context which one fits better in English.
Thanks, very well.
Why "A girl is drinking water" but not "A girl drinks Water"?
Shouldn't this be a woman drinks water? It says it's "one woman drinks water"
No, a woman is en kvinna, en flicka is a girl.
Oh right. Sorry. Thanks.
Why does this not translate into: A girl drink THE water??? (vattEN) Thanks!
vatten is an ett word. This is the kind of word that is usually used as a mass noun of course, but
the singular is ett vatten, vattnet 'a water, the water'
and plural is vatten, vattnen 'waters, the waters'
This was so weird I had a typo and it said I was completely wrong
I am writing the correct sentence but its saying its wrong!!!
why did it mark "drinks" wrong? it never did that before.