"You drink water."
Translation:Jij drinkt water.
This could help but honestly, I'm pretty confused as well: https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/3734337/Grammar-Jij-vs-Je-Zij-vs-Ze-Wij-vs-We
it's difficult to know which form of you is being asked for in these questions, when "you drink the water" and "you eat the rice" sound exactly the same in english, but duo is asking for jij and jullie without any sort of implication of which to use? (not to mention that in casual vernacular english, there's often a clarifying term along with the plural you ("all", "guys", etc) to indicate the plurality)
Think of the English word deer. It's the same for singular and plural, and you need to look at the verb to tell which it is. (The deer is vs. The deer are) We don't think about it in English, but we do in a new language. Eventually it will become second nature to notice the verb.