"Her dog drinks water."
Translation:Il suo cane beve acqua.
I think there wrong with this one I found a web site that says different than what we are being taught here ( Il SUO Masculine and Singular ) ( LA SUA Feminine and Singular) ( I SUOI Masculine and Plural ) ( LE SUE Feminine and Plural I am sure there are rules that apply to this that we have not been shown yet.
The words "suo", "sua", "suoi" and "sue" all mean his/her/their. The difference is, instead of referencing the "owner" (male, female, singular or plural), they reference the "owned" thing.
Suo fratello: His/her/their brother. Sua sorella: His/her/their sister. Suoi fratelli: His/her/their brothers. Sue sorelle: His/her/their sisters.