"A child drinks water."
Translation:Een kind drinkt water.
Ik drink = i drink Jij/je drinkt = you drink Hij/zij drinkt = he/she drinks Wij drinken = we drink Zij drinken = they drink
This is the same for almost all verbs
Ik loop = i walk Jij/je loopt = you walk Hij/zij loopt = he/she walks Wij lopen = we walk Zij lopen = they walk
CMIIW but I think "een" is for number while "en" (pronounced almost like in the actual "and" in English), means "and"
''kindje'' is the diminutive form which you can use for really young children.