"The girls drink milk."
Translation:Le ragazze bevono latte.
"Gli" is the plural form of the masculine definite article "lo." Lo, l' and Gli are used only when the noun the definite article is modifying starts with the sound of "s impura (s + consonant), (lo Stato), z (lo zio), gn (lo gnomo), sc (lo sciocco), pn (lo pneumatico), ps (lo psicologo), x (lo xilofono), and with i semiconsonantica (semivowel i) (lo iodio)." — http://italian.about.com/od/grammar/a/italian-definite-articles-il-lo.htm
I understand 'I ragazzi' but you use ''le'' ragazze'? is 'le' pluriel and feminin?
Yes. "Le ragazze" is feminine plural. http://www.oneworlditaliano.com/english/italian-grammar/italian-definite-articles.htm
If the root is "Bev" then: Bev-o ending is used for I Bev-i ending is used for you Bev-e ending is used for she/he/it Bev-iamo ending is used for we Bev-ete ending is used for you all Bev-ono endinf is uaes for they
Hipe this helped
You see, 'bevono' means they drink. Loro bevono really means they they drink
"loro bevono" means "they drink" but the "loro" is redundant and usually unnecessary.
I came here after learning french and i thought le is masculine and la is feminine in italian too