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'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').
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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)