- RainLv 73 weeks ago
Infinitive Present Participle Past Tense Past Participle
eat eating ate eaten
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
But in our lovely southern USA you might hear:
I done et.
- bluebellbkkLv 74 weeks ago
Any dictionary or grammar book will tell you that the irregular verb 'eat' is: eat, ate, eaten.
I EAT fruit for breakfast every day.Yesterday I ATE fruit for breakfast as usual.I HAVE EATEN fruit for breakfast all my life.
The only thing that you need pay attention to is that in some parts of England (not Scotland) people pronounce 'ate' as 'et'. But they still spell it as 'ate'.
- Chi girlLv 74 weeks ago
Ate. The past participle "eaten" has no tense in and of itself. It requires a form of the auxiliary verb "to have."
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- LônLv 74 weeks ago
I eat fruit every day.
I ate some fish yesterday.
- BillandhiscatsLv 64 weeks ago
Past fence of eat is eaten.
- leeceveLv 44 weeks ago
Ate or eaten. You would say "I have eaten an apple" or "I ate an apple". "Ate" is more commonly used, although "(have) eaten" is still grammatically correct.
- MarkLv 74 weeks ago
"Ate". "Eaten" is the past participle.
- 4 weeks ago
ate and eaten. I hope it has helped you.
- RinkydinkLv 74 weeks ago
Ate or eaten are past tense of eat.