Is there a way of knowing if it's present tense or continuous tense? As far as I know, drikker means "are drinking" and also "drink/drinks".
That distinction simply isn't made in Danish.
I wrote "De er drikker te" and I'm not sure how it's wrong. Could someone clarify, please?
Drikker translates to "drinks/are drinking".
Er drikker would be something like "are drink/drinks".
Tea is spelled "the" but is pronounced like "te"