Wij is accepted, only not if it's a listening exercise since the pronunciation is different.
Drink is in first person. Drinkt in third person. Drinken is when it's "we,you,them" etc kinda plural form. I think. Im not 100% sure
It both means "we", "wij" is stressed and "we" is unstressed which mean "wij" is the more emphasised form.
"drinken", "drink" um.. i know we use "drinkt" for "drinks". Then "drinken" for plural verb?
Yes, "drinken" is for plural - the sentence is "we drinken sap" which in English is "we drink juice"
We/wij drinken = we drink (plural) zij/ze drinkt = she drinks (not plural) ik drink = I drink (not plural)
Hope this helps! :)
Yes. Dutch is like german. They don't use present continuous. So: 'We drink juice' and 'We are drinking juice' are written and said the same way 'Wij/we drinken sap'.