"We eat rice."
ithimid is already 'we eat' so you're saying 'we eat we rice'. You can say itheann muid rís however.
Thanks! I must've gotten mixed up because I've gone back to working on Spanish, too. With Spanish "Nosotros comemos arroz" is ok, but it's typically shortened to "Comemos arroz".
Yes becuase Ithimid is TWO words: We and eat. Also Ris means rice. So Ithimid ris means we eat rice
Here's a PDF I found that may help you: http://www.gaeilge.org/ConjugatingRegularVerbs.pdf
No because the word "sinn" is never spoken in Irish, it is always part of another verb