"I drink milk and water."
Translation:Eu beau lapte și apă.
There is a different form for almost every "person" in the chart (in Romanian, the first singular (I) and third plural (they) are often the same, in other verbs it's the third person singular (he/she) and plural that are the same). Eg. if the subject is You (plural) "voi" the verb must be beți. that way it is actually possible to leave off the subject pronoun and just say beți and the subject is clear. In fact, the subject is SO clear, that I believe that use of the pronoun along with the verb brings emphasis to the subject, as in „YOU are drinking and HE is not.” Of course, for those forms that are the same (I drink and they drink for a bea) the pronoun is used to clarify who the subject is.