Carbonated water, sparkling water, even "water with bubbles" could work. Water with gas, no.
Water with gas? - No way! For english speaking people means this term you'll serve them water with gasolin!
Would carbonated water work here as well?
It should! That's what it really means. If it is not accepted, please report
It is now the correct answer of the question :)
I think sparkling water should be correct as well, at least the English Wikipedia names it as a synonym for carbonated water: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbonated_water
fizzy water and sparkling water
Soda drinkers do.
Who likes San Pellegrino?
How about "mineral water"???
I just left the same answer in a strengthening exercise actually, and was wondering the same thing. I guess mineral water also (evidently from the name) contains minerals, but I would say nearly all sparkling water I come across is mineral.
Do you drink sparkling water? I do in America. It's healthy and fresh.
Why is it воду instead of вода ?
I assume that it is because the word is in Accusative case after "п'ю". Вода is feminine, therefore the ending "а" changes to "у".
"машина" -> "машину"
I love that fizzy water is an accepted answer. Good job duolingo!
I don't know why but I keep hearing воту instead of воду...