No one would say that "the boy drinks" would be more appropriate, yeah?
"The boy" would be "Pojken".
And I don't see anything wrong with "A boy drinks".
dricker can mean either, its used whenever the present form is being used
I answered correctly: a boy drinks. It suggested another correct answer: a boy is drinking.
In this sentence, can "dricker" be used either as a present simple or present progressive verb?
Yes, the Swedish present covers both the English present and continuous.
Thanks a lot :)
I said the boy is drinking!! i don't think that is wrong!
The boy is wrong, that would be pojken, but it says en pojke so it's a boy.
Hope i made that clear
I typed a boy is drinking, and it corrected me saying :
One boy is drinking.
Answered 1 boy drinks, it was correct. The swedish language seems extremely unlogical and stupid.
I have learned that en pojke is a boy so why has it changed to one boy