What's drink vs drinkt?
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
And for jullie is drinken?
Yes that is correct: jullie drinken, jullie lopen
Drinkt for 3° person
Drink is drink and DRINKT is drinks
i dont like the een / en thing. Any tips on remembering?
CMIIW but I think "een" is for number while "en" (pronounced almost like in the actual "and" in English), means "and"
What ia the difference between het and de?
It's explained here: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/3732938
What is the difference between kind and kindje?
''kindje'' is the diminutive form which you can use for really young children.
What about jullie? It is jullie drinken correct?