First agua, then Wasser, then uisce, now vann...
eau, vatten, vatn, お水 ... :D
Vand, voda (вода), acqua...
Kjært barn har mange navn.
I am a little confused. You can use this same tense for present and present perfect? (i.e. I eat, I am eating)
The Norwegian present tense covers the English simple present and present continuous, yes.
"Mannen eter brød og drikker vann" also accepted (easier for me to remember in the beginning)
I don't have the I for Norwegian
What is the difference between "mann" and "mannen"?
Mann is just man. You would have to say En mann to say a man. Mannen is THE man.
Mannnen Is " the man" and man is just " Mann" such as " en mann" is" a man"
Mann means man and mannen means the man. In Norwegian, they add the at the end of the noun. Also, THE can be en, ei or et depending on the noun.
sounds like a sad meal