"They are eating rice" is also a correct translation, and should be accepted
De sounds like du.
I know this is picky, but... missing a fullstop here
No article so shouldn't it be 'the rice'?
"The rice" would be "risen(e)". This sentence is more indefinite that definite (they eat rice in general rather than eating that/those specific bowls of rice)
are you learning enough language
Is 'de' pronounced 'dee' or is it like Swedish 'dom'?
As "dee", the TTS is right here
Hun,han- she ,he
Vi- a lot of you , ist't it? And we / they how will be translated?
Jeg = I, mig = me
Du = You (singular as a subject), dig = You (singular as object)
Hun/han = She/he, hende/ham = her/him
I = You (plural as a subject), jer = You (plural as object)
Vi = we, os = us
De = They, dem = them