It's "he drinks water".
"He drinks THE water". For correct translation, when you see "la/le/les" - you should translate it as "the".
It should be 'Il boit DE l'eau', otherwise this sentence is incorrect.
No, because l'eau means THE water. the l' means the
how do i know whether to use bois or boit? there is a chart to follow but i have forgotten
Always use "boit" with "Il", for "he drinks". "bois" goes with first and second person singular (Je, tu). Interestingly, in French, no verb that goes with "Il" (3rd person singular) will end in "-s"
Thanks for posting this tip. This was something that always confused me at first, but thanks to this tip it comes naturally now.