Translation:I like to drink.
languagepotato- without context, the first thing that comes in my mind, is about alcool, but you can say the same for those who , all the time, have a bottle of water in their hands. I'm native and j'aime boire du vin. Also, j'aime boire quand il fait chaud, but juices or water. It depends of what you have on your mind.
Love is tricky in France. For people and pets, aimer means "to love", but if you add an adverb, like in aimer bien, it means "to like". For everything else, aimer only means "to like". Adorer can always mean "to love", though it tends to be more coy than aimer. According to Duo... https://www.duolingo.com/skill/fr/Basics-2 . This is a link to the tips and notes from Duolingo (it's at the bottom).
"Boire" is a regular -re verb. There is no "boir" verb. See this summary of French verbs. http://french.about.com/od/grammar/a/Introduction-To-French-Verbs.htm
"Boire" is an -re verb. Here is an overview of regular -er, regular -ir, regular -re verbs and also irregular verbs. http://french.about.com/od/grammar/a/Introduction-To-French-Verbs.htm
The verb "boire" is conjugated in the present indicative tense as: je bois= I drink), tu bois = you drink (singular, informal), il/elle boit = he/she drinks, nous buvons = we drink, vous buvez = you drink (plural or formal singular), ils/elles boivent = they drink. Since French does not have a present continuous tense, these may also be translated as "I am drinking", "you are drinking", "he/she is drinking", "we are drinking", and "they are drinking".
That is correct. Here is a link that will give you an overview of French verbs. http://french.about.com/od/grammar/a/Introduction-To-French-Verbs.htm
"I like drink" is not correct in English. "I like to drink" is used because the word following "j'aime" is "boire" which means "to drink". See this link for an overview of French verbs. http://french.about.com/od/grammar/a/Introduction-To-French-Verbs.htm
i see that many is complaining about the "i love drink" part. well i wrote i like to drink. i got correct. so idk what you are talking about
One thing that has not been mentioned is that J´aime comes from Je + aime Two vowels cannot stand beside each other without some drama happening so it becomes J´aime which is I like/I love boire is the infinitive of to drink Otherwise, I drink would be Je bois I like to drink is Jaime boire or Jaime bien boire. I like to say Jaime boire because I assume it is understood that I am saying I like to drink not I love drinking though it could be interpreted as such