"I eat expensive meat."
Furigana is where in Japanese books they include small Hiragana beside the Kanji to tell you how it's read.
It's found mainly in childrens and lower grade level books to help kids who know the vocabulary but might not know the Kanji for a word yet.
I knew the kanji for meat already and I was only given hiragana to work with so I couldn't find meat haha
So what is the correct word order in a sentence? I see here that the subject's attribute is before the subject?
And how would i say: "You eat expensive meat." => "Anata wa takai niku o tabemasu" ?
If you wanted to be explicit, yes. However, 高いにくを食べます can already mean "You eat expensive meat." It can also mean "He/She/They eat expensive meat." Context will determine which pronoun to use, since the Japanese does not specify.
の also has other functions. I'm not sure if this is one of them, but it's better to think of の as "of" when the 's wouldn't make sense.
I printed... the same answer of that it riten there and don't be right... Please, correct this text
Will always be like this: adctive + subject+ connection + verb + ending?
Not 100% of the time, no. Sometimes, for example, your adjective and your subject will also need a connection. In the case of i-adjectives, like 高い here, you can just directly attach them to the front of the noun, but there are certain other adjectives, called na-adjectives, where you need a な between the adjective and the noun.
For example, if you wanted to say, "I eat special meat," it would be 特別なにくを食べます。(特別 = とくべつ = "special")
Sometimes the adjective can go at the end of the sentence, too. For example, the sentence, "Meat is delicious." would be にくはおいしいです。(おいしい = delicious)