"The girl drinks juice."
Translation:La niña bebe jugo.
why the correct answer is <<toma>>? i don't what it is... how i am suppose to know that?
Tomar = to take and is commonly used for "to drink". In a restaurant you'll be asked "what'll I you take/have?" using 'tomar' and people usually talk about taking a beverage rather than drinking (beber) a beverage. How you supposed to know? Such are the mysterious ways of Duo.
Zumo would be the word for juice in Latin America Spanish. Jugo is the word for juice in Spain spanish.
Ella doesn't translate to "the girl".
I've seen many people here who think that "she" and "the girl" are interchangeable. But, think about it. You wouldn't use "girl" to describe your grandma.
It's 'la niña' because that is the spanish translation for 'the girl'. 'Ella' is the spanish translation for 'she' but that's not what DL was asking for.