"The boys eat at the restaurant."
Translation:Die Jungen essen im Restaurant.
"Jungs" is colloquial plural form of "Junge" in some parts of Germany, while "Jungen" if formal plural form. Perhaps Duolingo only accepts formal form.
The declined forms of "Junge", as being a "weak" noun, are "Jungen" in accusative, dative, genitive singular as well as in plural in all cases. (http://www.canoo.net/inflection/junge:N:M:boy )
Can anyone clarify the difference between "am" and "im" for a sentence like this?
My confusion comes from an earlier sentence that is something like "I am eating at the table" which I believe is translated as "Ich esse am Tisch". However, here to say the boy eats at the restaurant we are using "im" instead of "am". Thanks for any insights!