"He drinks water."
Translation:Hij drinkt water.
Explained using Denglish:
I drink You drinkt He/She/It drinkt We drinken You drinken They drinken
Not really.. the Dutch w doesn't have an English equivalent. But Wikipedia does a good job at explaining it.
''It is similar to an English w pronounced with the teeth and lips held in the position used to articulate the letter V'' https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labiodental_approximant
By contrast, the Dutch v sounds like an English v. It may be hard to hear the difference, but for me they really sound different.