"Who would say, 'One woman drinks milk' in English?"
Maybe when you are implying that there is more than one person and the emphasis lies on how many people do something? E.g. (if we are talking about two women) "One woman drinks milk and the other one drinks wine".
The last two words sounds like "pinhala". But when I tap on πίνει alone, it is like "peenee". Is there a special pronunciation rule or is it just a mistake?
Does it say /gala/ or /gal/? If /gal/, why isn't the last a pronounced?