"Jouw paard eet zout."
Translation:Your horse eats salt.
All these sentences make me feel like Cuckoo/Dale had something to do with the production
A salt block is a very good thing for a horse to lick on after exercise or when he/she is kept long term in a stable without having access to the outdoors ......
I think that's you, my friend. Oh wait, you're a horse with een hoorn.
'To eat' is the infinitive ie. the root of the verb. the horse is the third person singular and therefore needs corresponding conjugation.
You eat (singular, 'thou' in Old English)
You eat (plural)