Eu ajut - I help
Tu ajuți - You help
El/Ea ajută - He/She helps
Noi ajutăm - We help
Voi ajutați - You help
Ei/Ele ajută - They help
Is "să" what I think it is? Like the "On" in French as "On boit" or "Se" as "Se bebe" in Spanish and Portuguese (three of which are another way to say "we drink")?
I believe that să is most like "that" in cases of introducing a subjunctive (like I want that you tell me). The verb form after să is subjunctive. Romanian appears to use the subjunctive in place of the infinitive a lot, which makes it difficult.
We would translate "on" as "lumea" (people) and use a verb and an adjective in singular feminine.
We do say "se bea [mult la petreceri]" (se bebe [mucho en las fiestas]), but "să" is different.
"Să" is the particle for the subjunctive. In French that would be "que".