The word drinks is for third person subject, in this case 'a child' as applied to he/she/it in English
waarom Ben ik hier, want ik kan al Netherlands
a child means one subject with 'a' words but the correct answer is drinks,it is for more than 1 subjects
I don't understand, the verb drinks is singular.
A man has no name...
But he is a child, so he drinks water is right