"저는 사과를 먹습니다."
Translation:I eat an apple.
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(을/를) - is used when we're talking about the 'object' of the verb.
And ( 으로/로) is used for the ' instrument' used to perform the action.
Like if we're talking about ' eating food' then we'd use the 을/를, but if we're saying ' eating food with chopsticks', then chopsticks would have 으로/로
Duo really could have spread this lessen out a bit more. So far I have had 10 new verbs thrown at me all while trying to figure out (으)로, 와/과 and 하고 with 함께/같이, 에, 에서, 까지, topic markers, subject markers, and now object markers. I'm only on lesson three and so far each lesson has taken me an hour to get through ㅠㅠ and based on the tips I still haven't come across everything