No, different pronouns require different endings, even more in German than in English, but it would be similar to saying "he drink" when we know in English it should be "he drinks".
I drink = ich trinke;
you drink = du trinkst (singular familiar form of you);
he drinks = er trinkt, she drinks = sie trinkt, it drinks = es trinkt;
we drink = wir trinken;
you drink = ihr trinkt (plural familiar form of you);
they drink = sie trinken;
Sie trinken = you drink (Formal version of you singular or plural)
No, see my answer above to deb0112 above or check this site: http://german.about.com/library/verbs/blverb_trinken.htm
"I drink" is "Ich trinke" "he or she or it drinks" is "er oder sie oder es trinkt" also "ihr trinkt" which is plural version of you, familiar form.