the grape juice or wine
It was vine grape juice.
drunk is the past participle of drink. drink drank drunk. I have drunk the medicine.
drunk drink / drank / drunk
I don't need to drink if you are drunk. You should drink water.
Jews can drink anything but adults are expected to drink alcohol to the point they become mildly drunk.
You drink it until you are drunk.
Actually, yes, in a sense you are the difference between drink and drunk. Only you have the power to have a drink or two and have so many that you get drunk.
The past participle of drink is drunk, so the past perfect tense is "had drunk". The present perfect is "have drunk".
Drink-Drank-Drunk was created in 2005.
because being drunk is a sin and the bible says that Jesus was sinless
You/we/I/they have drunk. I have already drunk wine this evening. He/she/it - has drunk. He has drunk all the wine!
Any alcoholic drink, including Chianti Wine, will make you drunk if you drink to excess.
The past participle of drink is drunk.
Present PerfectHave/has drunk.Past PerfectHad drunk.Future PerfectWill have drunk.
yes that is why i am responding.
drink with no supervision
they drunk water
Beginners should not drink to get drunk. In fact, they should probably not drink at all, if that's the only reason they've got.
This varies between different people, some can get drunk from2-3 shots and some can drink over a bottle and still not be drunk.
Woodchuck cider is not certified kosher so religiously observant Jews would not drink it at any time of the year. It cannot be drunk during Passover.
Yes, there is alcohol in them so you will therefore get drunk if you drink enough.