"The man is drinking water."
Translation:הגבר שותה מים.
Yes, all Hebrew pa'al construction ל״ה verbs with a "weak" root, i.e. having ה as their third radical (=ending in ־ה) (e.g. רואה, רוצה, שותה, etc) are spelled the same way in the Masculine and Feminine Singular.
They are however always pronounced differently, as they take different niqqud vowels — which are seldom used in modern Hebrew orthography:
- The 2nd radical (="consonant") of the Masculine Singular carries a Segol [ ֶֶ ], which stands for the phoneme /e/ before the ה.
- The 2nd radical (="consonant") of the Feminine Singular carries a Kamatz [ ָָ ], which stands for the phoneme /a/ before the ה.