"The men eat."
Translation:Itheann na fir.
Maybe I missed it, but can someone explain the difference between "an" and "na"?
Does the verb always come first in the sentence? I wrote "Na fir itheann" and it was marked wrong.
Yes, in Irish, if there's a verb in the sentence it always comes before the subject and object because Irish has a Verb-Subject-Object word order unlike English with its Subject-Verb-Object word order. So a word-for-word translation should be ''itheann na fir'' (eat the men).