so what exactly would the difference between "you drink coffee" and "drink your coffee"?
Is there a reason "You 're drinking coffee" isn't an acceptable answer?
Yes; like English, Irish expresses the present progressive and the simple present differently.
Why does it always say 'can't listen now' at the bottom?
If youre in public or something and cant listen/ have noises atm you can press that and it will stop giving you listening exercises for an hour
what 'U drink coffee' and 'You drink coffee' are the same thing. Why isint my answer being accepted?
"u" is a letter of the alphabet, it isn't a 2nd person pronoun.