"The boys eat bread."
Translation:Los niños comen pan.
If things like bebo or como are used, it means you are doing that. You are always an O. If O is not included in the word, then you aren't part of it. Plural always has N or M. Beben or Comen means a group is doing it (But you aren't part of that group cause there isn't a O). If you want a group but you in it at the same it has to have M and O. Comemos. If you use Usted, then you just have regular come. But if you say informal Tu, then you use an S. Hope this helps!
I'm using a laptop and duolingo barley ever hears when I speak into my speakers. This is frustrating at times because I said it the correct way and then it skips a question or says it's wrong just because it can't hear me. I'm literally talking slow and speaking loud when I do it each time.
Because it doesn't want the word "They", it gave you the Spanish version of "The Boys Eat Bread" so that's what you type in English. You can't say "The male humans consumed Food", you have to say the English version of what was said, not something that's close to the same meaning.