The past tense is ate.
The present tense is:
The past participle is eaten.
The past tense is ate.(Be careful - eat is an irregular verb which means the past participle is different. The past participle is eaten)The present tense is:I/You/We/They eat.He/She/It eats.The present participle is eating.The future tense is will eat.
No. Eat is present tense, ate is past tense, and eaten is the past participle.
Present tense - eating Past tense - ate Past participle - eaten
The infinitive is to eat; the past tense is ate; the past participle is eaten; the present participle is eating.
The simple past tense of "eat" is "ate" The past participel of "eat" is "eaten" The present tense of "eat" is I/you/we/they eat. He/she/it eats. The present participle is "eating"
The simple past tense is ate. The past participle is eaten.
Present perfect is formed with - have/has + past participleThe past participle of eat is eaten so present perfect is have eaten or has eaten.We have eaten the cake.She has eaten her lunch.
"Has eaten" is the present perfect tense. "Eaten" is the past participle of "eat".
The present participle for "eat" is "eating". The past participle is "eaten".
Eaten is the past participle of eat, not the past tense. Ate is the past tense.
The past tense is ate. The future tense is will eat, and the present tense is eat.
Present - I/you/we/they eat. He/she/it eats. Past Participle - eaten.
No, it's the simple present tense. The present participle is eating.
"Ate" is the past tense; "eaten" is the past participle.
Eaten is the past participle of "eat" The simple past tense is "ate"
Eating is the present participle; eaten is the past participle.
Was eating is the past progressive tense of eat. Was is an auxiliary verb, and eating is a present participle.
I/you/we/they eat. He/she/it eats. The present participle is eating.
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Has eaten is present perfect.Present perfect is formed with have/has + past participle. Eaten is the past participle of eat.The boy has eaten his lunch -- singular subject - boyThey have eaten their lunches. -- plural subject - they
No. The past tense of 'eat' is 'ate', and the past participle is 'eaten'.
Present perfect is formed with -- have/has +past participleThe past participle of eat is eaten so the present perfect verb will be -- have eaten or has eatenWe have eaten all our dinner. -- plural subject = weThe doctor has eaten his lunch. -- singular subject = the doctor
For example:The past of eat is ate and the past participle is eaten - eat / ate / eaten.eat is used to make a present simple sentences - I eat breakfast everyday.ate is used to make past simple sentences - I atebreakfast yesterday.The past participle is used to make:present perfect - I have eaten breakfast everyday this week.past perfect - I had eaten breakfast early in the morning.passive sentences - Breakfast is eaten before lunch.
Yes I can but I don't have time to write that many words. Here are some: eat / ate / eaten / eating walk / walked / walked / walking regurgitate / regurgitated / regurgitated / regurgitating understand / understood / understood / understanding
eat is present tense. We eat rice everyday Ate is past tense. We ate rice yesterday