"I eat an apple."
Translation:Je mange une pomme.
Is because each persons has its own cojugation for each verb, Je mange, Tu manges, Il mange, Nous mangeons... Here's a link to see the counjugations for the verb "manger": http://french.about.com/od/verb_conjugations/a/manger.htm
Yeah I dont get why its une and not both un and une Im not a female and there is no way to know weather you speaking of male or female !! lol
I'm pretty sure it's that when you use mange it's referring to a personal pronoun such as I, and when you use manges it is referring to someone else such as you. That's what I've observed. Not sure if it's correct or not..
Manger is a (semi) regular -er verb "Manger" Depending on the pronoun, you alter it. Je mange Tu manges Il mange
'Il mange une pomme' means "he eats an apple" while 'Je mange une pomme' means "I eat an apple" :)
why the meaning of "je mange une pomme" is "i eat an apple"? And not "i am eating an apple"?