"The cats eat bread."
Translation:Los gatos comen pan.
Como-I eat ENDING: o Come-He/she/you (formal) eats ENDING: e Comen-They eat/You (plural) eat ENDING: en Infinitive-comer, which means to eat
The weird thing about Spanish is that depending on what pronoun you're using (i.e. I, you, they), if your infinitive is ar, er, or ir, or if it's future, past, or present tense, you have to change the ending. To say I eat it's como, to say you eat it's comes, and so on.
Whole pronoun list is below:
Yo (I) comO
Tú (You) comES
Él/ella/usted (He/she/you formal) comE Nosotros/as (We, boys/mixed genders, girls) comEMOS Vosotros/as (You, plural, in Spain) comEIS Ellos/ellas/ustedes (They (boys, mixed genders) they (girls) you, plural, everywhere else comEN
- See more at: http://www.succeed-at-spanish.com/spanish-verb-conjugation-chart.html#sthash.bLG0lEjA.dpuf -Hope this helps! :) If it's confusing, I've been in the same boat, so don't worry. It'll come. :)