"Du trinkst Milch und ich trinke Wasser."
Translation:You drink milk and I drink water.
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Yes -- when you open a lesson in a web browser, just about every lesson has a page of tips and notes before you actually start the practice.
Mobile apps don't show those, so people who use those are at a huge disadvantage for learning compared to those who have access to the website.
Every one should see this Very very important for who wants to speak German fluency. http://leicht-deutsch-lernen.com/do-not-focus-too-much-on-grammar-rules
To drink is trinken, I drink is ich trinke, you drink is du trinkst, you two (or more) drink is ihr trinkt, but I would say to each unknown person and to the most of my neighbours: Sie (capitalized) trinken. You can use "Sie" almost like the English "you", the same in the singular and in the plural.
You have to choose the right form depending on the subject. Please read the tips and notes.
For this unit; they're at https://www.duolingo.com/skill/de/Basics-1/tips-and-notes ; in general, go to the website https://www.duolingo.com/ and click on the unit, then on the lightbulb:
Please read the tips and notes before starting each new unit.