Translation:The animal eats the cake and the oranges.
In English, verbs change depending on what is doing them, for example for the verb "to be":
I am, You/They are, He/She/It is
For the verb "to eat", it is a bit more regular:
I/You/They eat, He/She/It eats
For the verb "to do":
I/You/They (for "I" and "You" and anything else more than one) do, He/She/It (anything singular) does
Hope this helped a bit
That's clever! My German teacher (in the US) made all kinds of songs to help us remember things in German. One of my favorites (it works for Dutch, Icelandic, and I'm sure other languages too), was how to conjugate "to be". The song is the tune from the Alphabet Song (in English of course).
Ich bin, du bist, er, sie, es ist, wir sind, Ihr seid, sie sind, Sie sind. I can conjugate "to be" now, tra la la la la!