"The girl eats chicken."
Translation:La niña come pollo.
probably better to use "mucho pollo," unless she actually ate the complete chicken. Here "pollo" means the meat of a chicken, not one chicken "un pollo."
La chica is more... spainyards (if i spelled that right) spanish. Nina is more commonly used.
i think el polly is more like saying she ate one particular chicken wheras pollo is just chicken in general
Como means I eat and come means she eats. The conjugation for comer is: Como- I eat Comes- You (tu) eat Come- He/she/it or you(usted) eats Comemos- We eat Comeis- You all eat Comen- They eat... Wow eat really stops looking like a word after typing it so many times.
Since 'el' meant the, the sentence would read "The girl eats the chicken" instead of "The girls eats chicken." Also, if you put 'La niña come el pollo', it would sound like she ate one whole chicken instead of the meat of the chicken, like the original sentence says. I hope this answer helped :)
come, comer, I know that they are different tenses but I really am confused about them. I have only learned comer not the other.