"The woman eats sandwiches."
Translation:Die Frau isst Sandwiches.
I am a native German and "Sandwiche" seems very unnatural to me. It might be gramatically correct, yet I don't think anybody would say that but rather use the usual English pural, "sandwiches". Also I think that one could simply translate "a sandwich" as "ein Butterbrot" which most people say whenever they make themselves a sandwich. Some people say "eine Stulle" as well.