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you drink du trinkst
How to say “you drink” in German? “Du trinkst”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “du trinkst” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on you drink in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember the German Word ‘trinkst’:
– Associate “du trinkst” with the English “you drink,” noticing that both start with a ‘t’ sound.
– Visualize someone pointing at a person while they’re drinking and saying, “Du (you) trinkst (drink)!”
– Remember that “du” means “you” (informal singular) and “-st” is a common ending for verbs conjugated in the second person singular in German.

– “Du trinkst” is the second person singular present tense form of “trinken,” which means “to drink.”
– This form is used when speaking directly to one person in an informal setting.
– It’s part of the regular verb conjugation pattern in German where the stem of the verb “trink-” gets the ending “-st” for “du.”

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– “Ihr trinkt” would be used for the informal second person plural (like saying “you all drink”).
– “Sie trinken” can mean “they drink” or formally “you drink.”
– “Er/Sie/Es trinkt” means “he/she/it drinks.”

Conjugations of “Trinken”:
– Infinitive: trinken (to drink)
– Present:
– ich trinke (I drink)
– du trinkst (you drink, familiar singular)
– er/sie/es trinkt (he/she/it drinks)
– wir trinken (we drink)
– ihr trinkt (you all drink, familiar plural)
– Sie trinken (you drink, formal singular and plural)
– Simple Past (Imperfect): ich trank (I drank)
– Past Participle: getrunken (drunk)
– Future: ich werde trinken (I will drink)

Examples of sentences that use “du trinkst”:
– Du trinkst gerne Tee am Morgen. (You like to drink tea in the morning.)
– Warum trinkst du nicht? (Why are you not drinking?)
– Du trinkst zu schnell. (You’re drinking too fast.)
– Trinkst du Kaffee oder Tee? (Do you drink coffee or tea?)
– Du trinkst jeden Tag genug Wasser, oder? (You drink enough water every day, don’t you?)

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