"We eat bananas and apples."
Translation:हम केले और सेब खाते हैं।
Just like the verb 'to be' in English becomes 'is' when conjugated with 'he', 'am' when conjugated with 'I', 'are' with 'they' etc, there are different conjugations of the verb होना in Hindi.
होना is conjugated as हूँ with मैं (I), है with third-person singulars and तू (informal 'you'), हो with तुम (intermediate formal 'you') and हैं with आप (formal 'you'), हम ('we') and third-person plurals.
The plural forms of nouns depend both on the gender of the noun and its ending. For masculine nouns, only those ending with ा change form with their ending becoming े when plural. Other masculine nouns have the same singular and plural form (just like you have words like 'fish' in English whose plural form is also 'fish').