Boit/bois vs. Boire
When do we use boit/bois and when do we use boire?
For example, in the sentence - "Elle aime boire du lait et du café." , I would have used "boit", but apparently I would have been wrong!
This is because boire directly translates as "to drink". Boit/bois is used right after a pronoun cause it directly translates to "drinks/drink" only.
Every verb has their own "to (insert verb)" in french, for example mange/manges is manger, lis/lit is lire, ecrit/ecris is ecrire.
You would say , "she likes to drink milk and coffee" rather than "she likes drink milk and coffee. "
You can check this out as well http://french.about.com/od/verb_conjugations/a/boire.htm
Hope that helps :D