It seems like a very stingy lunch if we have to share one sandwich. I mean really what sort of spread are they putting on here.
The "royal we" apparently.
in english it could be correct to say drunk the tea, or drank tea,
The past tense of "drink" is "drank". The past participle of "drink" is "drunk". It's not correct to say "we drunk the tea".
It depends on your dialect, some English dialects have merged the two
it should accept 'we drank the tea and ate the sandwich' - normal English would not repeat the pronoun
We drank the tea and we eat the sandwich should be accepted
No it should not. d'itheamar an ceapaire is the past tense, "we eat the sandwich" is the present tense.