"The man drinks."
Good point, but it's weird that the correction says "pay attention to gender." That's confusing. It probably should say "pay attention to the vowel" or something.
The article that goes in front of a masculine noun that starts with a vowel is "lo". This normally ends up being "l'...". (Lo+uomo=L'uomo).
beva is used in a tense/mood we haven't learned yet.
"bere" is the infinitive, "to drink". "beve" is the third person singular conjugation.
can someone help me. i don't get the differences between beve, bevi and bevo. so confusing