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Mange and mange are two different conjugations, meaning if you want to say mange in a sentence, you would say Je mange. Manges goes with Tu mange
'Mange' is for il/elle/on/je: je mange (I eat) and il/elle/on mange (he/she/we eat). 'Manges' is for tu: tu manges (you [singular] eat).
Clarification: You might be thinking it's odd that 'on' means the same thing as 'nous'. (Or maybe you're not thinking that yet, but you definitely will!) This can be a bit puzzling, but basically both mean 'we.' 'On' takes the same form as il/elle, and 'nous' has its own form that usually ends with -ons (ex. 'mangeons').
"Mange" is first and third person singular for the present tense, and "manges" is second person (tu, not vous). Hope this helps!
'Je' means I and 'moi' means me. (Moi-même means myself.)
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In terms of reflexive situations, you would say "me" (not English "me", but the French word "me") for referring to yourself.
Example: Je me lève. ---> I get up or I get myself up.
Si tu as besoin d'aider avec le futur, le conditionnel, ou l'imparfait, je peux t'aider. ^ ^ Ou, je peux t'aider avec autre choses.
Aussi, mon français n'est pas le meilleur, mais je ne suis pas terrible.
Hello I am also new at french! It's really fun! It can be confusing because you have to use le for male words and la for female and stuff like that so it's hard at times. But french is fun to learn also.
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'Suis' is the word for 'am' and comes after 'je' which means 'I'. Therefore, you might hear someone say, "Je suis anglais," which would mean "I am English."
Here is the conjugation of the verb être (to be): Je suis (I am) Tu es (you [singular] are) Il/elle/on est (he/she/we are) Nous sommes (we are) Vous êtes (you [plural or formal] are) Ils/elles sont (they [masculine]/ they [feminine] are)