Sorry if I've missed something, but what is the difference between "drikk" and "drikke" in this context, which makes only drikke work?
'drikke' is an uncountable noun, and would be used for liquid(s) for consumption, like 'drink(s)' and 'beverage(s)'.
Oh, thanks. I was thinking drikk was the noun and drikke was the verb form. Ha! That'll teach me to think!
what is the difference between 'en drikk' and 'drikke'?