And she drinks the teen.
why is it "måltidet" and not "madet"?
Because mad is food and maltid is meal
Wouldnt "I eat" work just as great as "I am eating"
what's the difference between måltidet and kødet?
Måltid means meal, kød means meat
Why did my answer get marked as using wrong word? I used ‘is drinking’ rather than drinks
I can't hear anything in my desktop-version.
There is no tea to choose from the english words
Both present tense, it is the same
This is a strange sentence not to have emphasis on the two subjects. I really think it should have.