"The girls drink milk."
Translation:Le ragazze bevono latte.
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"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
Yes. "Le ragazze" is feminine plural. http://www.oneworlditaliano.com/english/italian-grammar/italian-definite-articles.htm
I said "Ragazze bevono latte" as the "Le" at the beginning is not technically necessary. Often that is an acceptable way to do it, but I was marked wrong on this exercise. I believe it should have been accepted but I'm OK with being more formal when answering if that's what they want.