Drink-Drank-Drunk was created in 2005.
No. Our Drink. We drank. He drank, she drank, and then we all got drunk.
It depends on how long ago you drank it, what you drank, and how much you drank of it. It depends on when you drank it, what you drank, and how much you drank.
Drank is a verb. It is the past tense of drink. We drink water everyday I drank 2 litres yesterday
it depends on how many milligrams you took usually they stay in your system for up to 72 hours. i am perscribed xanax and it is also a benzo so the only advice i can give you is drink plenty of fluids so that you clean out your bladder. but don't drink so much to where you get sick because i watched a program where some girl drank to much water and almost died. she drank it not stop though.
The past tense of the word "drink" can be either "drank" or "drunk", depending on how it is being used.
The Romans drank of course, water. They also drank wine of various types, but remember the ancients did not drink their wine as we do today. They liberally water it down. They also drank fruit juices and had a drink called "posca" which was a mixture of vinegar and water.
The future tense of drink is will drink.
"Drank" is already past tense. The present tense is "drink".
You drank milk today.
Drank is the past tense of the verb to drink. For example, a person may say, "I drink two beers every day." The word "drink" in this sentence denotes an action that in the present tense. However, the in sentence "Yesterday I drank two beers" the word "drank indicates that the drinking took place place in the past.
He drank coffee. He did not drink alcohol or beer.
Yes. "Drink" can also be used as a noun.
not at all
They drank water and it is possible that they drank blood of a certain animal if they there was a famine....
they drank wine they drank wine, water, or beer.
past tense for drink is drank.