Can i say Ich trinke und esse in german? does the subject I have to repeat?
Yea, any thoughts on this. Must we use Ich twice?
You must not!!! "Ich trinke und esse" is perfect. I suppose they want to introduce those words in order to make practice.
I can't believe I've not noticed this in all the time I've been working on German, but the ich doesn't need to be capitalized like I in English?
You're right, it is not capitalized unless it starts a sentence :)
Yeah, I just picked up on that
i tried "i'm drinking and i eat" because the "i'm" "drinking" blocks happened to be there and i assumed it would still work, but it didn't like that answer. are "verb" and "be verbing" the same or are they not?
Yes, my friends. I answered that and it was accepted. And according to Christian's post, " It's fine".
Trinke means drinking and what for drink in german?
They use the verbs the same way to say both, example the verb Trinken (To Drink): Ich trinke means "I drink" and "I am drinking" at the same time :)
What's wrong with the translation of "I drink and I am eating?" The original was "Ich trinke und ich esse."
Did anybody else's audio pronounce the 2nd 'ich' as 'ihr'?
Why doesn't Ich trinke und ich essen work?
Drink and drinking how to pronounce
I hate this sentence it is so hard
I can do it but it alwas says I am wrong
The vocal part of this cleary says "und ihr esse"
I was write correctly and it says me that is incorrect... why?