"The Girls drink the water."
I'd like to add that "girls" shouldn't be capitalized in English.
I have no idea why in the plural case for "girls" the definite article is "die" instead of "das". Can someone explain this to me?
For the plural of a word that would normally use 'das' you always use 'die' (das Buch - die Bücher (book), das Haus - die Häuser (house), das Ei - die Eier (egg), etc.)
Actually now that i think of it, that works for all articles, the plural is always 'die' (der Mann - die Männer, der Hund - die Hunde,etc.)
Thanks to both of you. That table will be very helpful. I am sure I will still get caught sometimes when the noun doesn't change and you have to tell whether it is plural by the verb conjugation especially in sentences where the verb/article/noun arrangement is reversed.