I honestly think that it should be "Mi matenmanĝas kun ilin." where the "ili" has the -n suffix. Why is it not?
you don't use the -n ending with most prepositions (including kun). the preposition itself indicates the nouns role in the sentence
aaaahhhh oh okay thanks i forgot that...lol i should've read the tips and notes more carefully. thanks!
So is mangxas matenmangxo wrong? I understand how it is redundant though.
You were almost right. Mi mangxas matenmangxoN. You missed the N, but of course Mi matenmanĝas is more common.
Would "Mi manĝas la matenon" be right as well?
That would mean "I am eating the morning.''
Curious, would "Mi kunmatenmanĝas ilin" be ok?
Why can't I add "kun" on to matenmangxi (forming Mi kunmatenmangxas ilin)?
The meaning of this sentence would be I eat them together with someone, so it would not be correct