The present term of eat is?
The present tense of eat is eat/eats.
- I eat
- We eat
- You eat
- He/she eats
- They eat
That would have to be, "Eating" boss. There isn't any other way to say it. What did you eat? Past What have you ate?? Past What are you going to eat? Future What are you eating? Present I am sorry, there are several mistakes in the answers supplied above. There are two types of Present: The Present Simple: I eat, you eat, he/she/it eats, we/you/they eat. The Present Continuous: I am eating, you are eating…
Present Simple I, you, we, they eat... He, she, it eats... Present continuous/progressive I am eating You, we, they are eating He, she, it is eating Present Perfect I, you, we, they have eaten He, she, it has eaten Present Perfect Continuous/progressive I, you, we, they have been eating He, she, it has been eating ---------------------------------------------- For references and more information, see Related links below
You (2nd pers sing) eat. (I eat /you eat/he eats/she eats/it eats/we eat/you eat/they eat) It is the case if you are using the simple present. If you are using the present continuous: you are eating. Present perfect: you have eaten Present perfect continuous: you have been eating Simple past: you ate Past continuous: you were eating Past perfect: you had eaten Past perfect continuous: you had been eating Simple future: you will eat Future…
The correct form depends on how it is used. The forms of eat are: eat / eats / ate / eaten / eating I eat rice everyday. = present simple The doctor eats rice everyday. = present simple (third person singular) I ate rice yesterday. = past simple I have eaten rice all my life. = present perfect. I am eating rice now. = present contiuous.
"Mahn-DJAH-moh" is the pronunciation of the Italian word Mangiamo! Specifically, the word is a verb. It is in the first person plural, noi ("we"). It may be in the present indicative ("we are eating, we do eat, we eat"), the present subjunctive ("[that] we may eat") or the present imperative ("let's eat") depending upon context.
"Mangiamo!" is one Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Let's eat!" Specifically, the Italian word is the first person plural form of the present imperative. The form actually is the same as the present indicative (translated as "We are eating, do eat, eat") and as the present subjunctive (translated as "(that) we may eat"). Regardless of the use, the pronunciation remains the same: "mahn-DJYAH-moh."
"Let's eat!" and "We're eating" are English equivalents of the Italian word Mangiamo! The word in question serves as the first person plural in the present imperative "Let (us) eat!" as well as the present indicative "We are eating," "We're eating," "We do eat," or "We eat" and the present subjunctive "(that) we may eat." Regardless of meaning or use, the pronunciation will be "man-DJA-mo" in Italian.