"A girl drinks juice."
Translation:Een meisje drinkt sap.
Im still a little confused when to use "de", and when to use "het". Anyway, I supposed to use "een", which I assumed was for males not females.
Basically, you have to learn the words with their article (de or het). It's like the gender of a word in other languages. Een is genderless
'Drinken' is used to conjugate in the present for the plural 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person (as in we, you all, they) and for the infintive (to drink). 'Drinkt' is used for the 2nd and 3rd person singular, as in you, he, she, and it. Hope this helps!