"A cat is eating a croissant."
Translation:Un chat mange un croissant.
Mange means is eating and manges means are eating Example:un chat mange une pizza (a cat is eating a pizza ) Tu manges une orange (you are eating an orange)
Cats are meat-eaters they are not supposed to be eating pizza or other things with bread.
Lol, no animals should not eat pizza, it isn't healthy. They just added it because the word cat is in the lesson.
Mange is the je, il, elle and on conjugations and manges is the Tu conjugation.
These are the different terms:
Mange = is eating Manges = are eating Il/Elle mange = he/she eats Ills/Elles mange = they eat Nous mangeons = we eat Vous mangez = you eat
Sometimes it can be confusing, but I hope this cleared things up. :)
The generally mean the same thing except for the fact that they are congigated differently. Manges is used with tu and mange is used with Il/Elle/On and Je
Is it the same when ypu want to say "eat/s" and "eating" i mean is there a difference in the times
mange is for I (Je) He/she (il/elle) and manges is for you (tu) and mangez is for you all/ formal you (vous) Savvy?
It would be nice to press and hold the sentence and have it spoken outloud to you
Yes, but you can tap the underlined words and also tap the blue audio button to listen to the audio.
I wrote "Un chat mange un croissant". Yet Duolingo said that I should have used manges? Michealla's explanation appears to agree with me.
is it wrong to say "un chat est mange un croissant"? If it is why? Thanks.