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Ate is the past tense of the word eat. Its a past tense word

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the past tense of the word eat is ate


The base word of the word "ate" is "eat." Eat is a present tense verb, and ate is the past tense of this word. Another past tense form of the word eat is eaten, as in "had eaten."


Ate IS the past tense, of eat.


NO ... Ate is the past tense of Eat


no...ate is the past-tense form of the verb eat...


No. The past tense of 'eat' is 'ate', and the past participle is 'eaten'.


Yes, 'ate' is a verb. Specifically, 'ate' is the past tense of the verb 'to eat'.


No, the word 'ate' is the past tense of the verb to eat (eats, eating, eaten, ate).


"Ate" is not a French word...But the past tense for "eat" in French is "mangé".


No. Eat is present tense, ate is past tense, and eaten is the past participle.


Past tense gives a word or words the ability to sound as if done in the past. Such as "I am eating the chicken" turns into "I ate the chicken".


Eaten is the past participle of eat, not the past tense. Ate is the past tense.


Yes, it is the past tense of eat.


The past tense of eat is ate.


Active, transitive verb, past tense. "She ate popcorn out of a paper bag."


These are irregular verbs. An example is the verb 'eat'. The simple past tense is 'ate' whilst the past participle is 'eaten'.


The past tense is ate.The present tense is:I/You/We/They eat.He/She/It eats.The past participle is eaten.


The simple past tense is ate. The past participle is eaten.



The past tense of "eat" would be "ate". "Eaten" could be used as a past tense, too.


The past tense is ate. The future tense is will eat, and the present tense is eat.


Eaten is the past participle of "eat" The simple past tense is "ate"


eat is present tense. We eat rice everyday Ate is past tense. We ate rice yesterday


Only a verb has a past tense, so for example, you can say I eat pickles, in the present, or I ate pickles, in the past. Before is not a verb, it is an adverb. So, I ate pickles before I ate oranges. Before never changes, unlike verbs. Even though it does tell us that something happened in the past (earlier than something else) it is not a past tense.


ate is the past tense of eat which is a verb, so I would say that ate, is a verb.



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