"Τα κορίτσια και τα αγόρια τρώνε."
Translation:The girls and the boys eat.
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The form "τρώω" comes from the ancient Greek form "τρώγω", which has now become obsolete. As far as that obsolete form is concerned, the 3rd plural person ended in "-ουν", indeed (τρώγουν) ;)
Other verbs, such as πονάω=to be in pain, διψάω=to be thirsty, γελάω=to laugh etc. may end both in -ουν and -άνε, with the second form being the more common of the two.