"I am drinking the water."
Translation:Je bois l'eau.
See this chart for the verb "boire" (to drink). "Je" goes with "bois".... http://french.about.com/od/verb_conjugations/a/boire.htm
That's way off. That translates to "I am drink the water". French doesn't really have the same structure as English where we say "I am ____ing." For example, in English one would say "I am leaving Montreal". In french it is simply "Je quitte Montréal." No need to add a "suis" in there. I don't know how else to explain it. Hope it helps!