yes and no. most people can take in a very very small amount of liquid w/o coughing or choking but you cannot breathe during that time because if you do you will inhale the liquid. it will hang out in the throat until so much is in there that your body kinda forces you to swalllow.
very offten, people drink beer everyday
You simply put the pill on your tongue. I usually put it about the middle or a little farther back. Keep it there without swallowing or anything. After placing it there, quickly take a big gulp of any drink. Then swallow. Therefore its just like swallowing a swig of your drink.
they drink it by swallowing it and it goes in to there bodies.
no it can't kill a person without swallowing
When swallowing food or drink, it covers the entrance to the larynx to prevent food and drink from entering the windpipe.
To drink by swallowing small quantities at a time. To drink in sips. Have a sip of Tea.
well, you can eat baked beans. and to burp drink pop with swallowing air.
The epiglottis covers the opening to the trachea when swallowing - thereby preventing food/drink entering the trachea and lungs.
To determine if they have problems chewing or swallowing food/drink. Many stroke patients get pneumonia due to swallowing issues.
You can burp after swallowing an amount of air with any food or drink. It's no different than a burp after swallowing soda or a bite of food.
it depends on what you mean by young, for people who can legally drink, if they drink they drink anywhere they can get a drink. for under age people, they usually drink at places that they can get a drink without getting in trouble. this could be a friend's house, at an abandoned area, or even at home when an adult is not there, or not paying attention.