Can anyone explain how you make the difference between, for instance, "do you drink wine" (in general) and "are you drinking the wine" (right now)? I can't seem to get a grasp on how to translate the present progressive (-ing). Thank you in advance!
From a quick Google search, I found there is no difference between present progressive and present continuous. And as someone who took Spanish in high school, that is very pleasant news to me.
I was also confused, but I think the use of a definite article 'the' wine, would suggest it is right now.
It's always super difficult to hear the -en ending >:/
Hei, can you hear " vinen" instead of " vin" in the voice record?
I do. It sounds more like "vin'n" actually.
Because that's how you need to say that...
How you write it :vinen
How you say that :vin'n
I don't drink… wine.
but wine is uncountable right?
It's uncountable, but that doesn't mean it can't be made definite.
right i'm just confirming
Ikke bry deg, bare drikk vann, vin er for dyr i Norge!