"L'enfant mange le citron, tu bois du lait."
I didnt have a problem hearing this one. I hear "le enfant". Femme has a hard "a", doesn't it? Femme kinda sounds like "sham" but with an "F" in the beginning instead of the "sh" sound.
i get the endings wrong coz i cant hear them. i dont know wether its boit or bois
Both 'bois' and 'boit' sound the same because you don't pronounce the 's' or 't' at the end. The endings are determined by the subject (who/what is performing the verb - in this case drinking).
'I drink' = 'je bois' (singular 1st person ending) 'You drink'* = 'tu bois' (singular 2nd person ending) 'He drinks' = 'il boit' (singular 3rd person ending)
All of the above conjugations sound the same - you figure out which to use based on the context.
*When talking to one person (this form is also used informally)