Can it not be "She and I eat apples." ??
It is exactly the answer that I see, one of two 'best answers'.
I don't know if this is because I am a very lonely person but I find this very romantic.
we are each eating ONE apple at the time
they are eating ONE APPLE at the time
why "jemy"? Why not just jem?
There are two subjects in this sentence doing the same thing. For the purposes of verb conjugation, you treat them as a one combined. Basically, she + I = we. Thus „my jemy”.
Makes sense, thank you.
Probably the worst pronunciation of the whole course. It sounded like: "Ona n ja jen i kablka" (l with a stroke)