Drank - Drank (soft drink)

2022.12.15 16:43:38

Drank

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Drank (soft drink)

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  • However, since the 17th century, it has been mostly used as an adjective, and its function as a verb is now deemed archaic.

  • Rogers AH, Bakhshaie J, Buckner JD, et al.

DRANK

8144โ€ข Why the Different Endings? โ€” San Diego Union-Tribune, 30 Dec.

  • It talks about something that has started happening or will start happening but has not ended yet.

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Drank vs. Drunk: Modern Usage Made Clear

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  • Lightheadednessโ€ข It was widely available in many convenience stores and saw brisk sales.

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Drank

He took a long drink from his glass.

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  • Also within the bounds of reason.




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