@SallyStrange Japanese it's "my throat thirsts"
@SallyStrange German is also 'I have thirst'.
As mentioned by Cedara, "durstig" is not a verb but an adjective.
In the context mentioned by Rhi, however, "thirst" implies a noun. 🤓
So in this case "Ich habe Durst" would be the only correct translation in my opinion.
»Life is too short to learn German.« – some 18th-century guy once remarked.
Don't tell anyone but I'm a native speaker, as well. 😁
lakhotiyapi: I thirst
(like it's directly an action you do is thirst)
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