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The past form of eat
There are two ways to make past and past participle verb forms in English. The first is by adding ed and the second type is of irregular verbs. Eat is also an irregular verb and its three verb forms v1, v2, and v3 are different.
We will see the past tense of Eat and also the meaning, base form, past participle form, third-person singular form, and present participle form of Eat with examples.
Here we will see the past form of bite and its other verb forms also.
Past participle form
Third-person singular form
Meaning of eat
Act of chewing and swallowing food.
Meaning of Eat
The general meaning of Eat is an Act of chewing and swallowing food.
The past form of Eat
The past form of eat is ate. We will see some examples of eat in the past form.
Examples of the past form of eat
1)He ate his favorite food to his heart’s content.
2)we ate fruits and nuts.
3)Children ate sweets.
4)We ate some chocolates.
5)They ate a lot of food items at the party.
The base form of eat
The base form of eat is eat.
Here are some examples of the use of the base form of eat.
1)we eat our food.
2)Students eat their snacks in a hurry.
3)Herbivorous animals eat grass and leaves.
4)All living things eat to live.
5)Some people eat non-veg food and some veg.
The Past participle form of eat.
The past participle form of eat is eaten.
We will see some examples of the use of the past participle of eat.
1)We have eaten our meals.
2)He has eaten fruits and nuts.
3)They had eaten all the things in the fridge.
4)Team had eaten all food.
5)He will have eaten mangoes by 3.00 p.m.
The third-person singular form of eat
The third-person singular form of eat is eats. We will see some examples of the use of eat as a third-person singular verb form used in the simple present tense.
1)He eats his breakfast.
2)She eats oats and nuts.
3)Sam eats only veg food.
4)Animal eats grass and leaves.
Present participle form of eat
The present participle form of eat is eating.
We will see some of the examples of the present participle form of eat.
1)He is eating something.
2)They are eating fruits.
3)She was eating her lunch.
4)You were eating sweets.
5)Children were eating chocolates.
Conclusion for the past form of eat
These are examples and explanations of the use of eat in the past form, the base form, the past participle form, the third-person singular form, and the present participle form.
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