"You do not drink water."
Translation:Tu nu bei apă.
Whats the difference between tu bei and voi beti? Both mean you drink but when do you use each?
1) TU is singular - Tu bei is when you tell a single person to drink. VOI is plural - Voi beti is telling a group of people to drink.
2) TU is informal - Tu bei is when you tell you friend to drink. VOI is formal - Voi beti is when you tell your boss to drink.
I drink. You drink. He/she drinks. We drink. You drink. They drink
Standard verb declension
Eu beau = I drink Tu bei = You drink
In English verbs don't change depending on person, but in Romanian they do. Also can quit writing the pronoun before the verb. Hope you understand now ^^
Verbs do change according to person in English. What about I drink, you drink, he DRINKS, she DRINKS, we drink, they drink.