Conjugation eat: past tense, present, future, participle | English verb conjugation

Conjugate
eat

Simple forms

Compound forms

Indicative

Present
I eat
you eat
he/she/it eats
we eat
you eat
they eat
Preterite
I ate
you ate
he/she/it ate
we ate
you ate
they ate

Infinitive

to eat

Imperative

eat
let's eat
eat

Participle

Present
eating
Past
eaten
In English, the conjugated forms are the same for the following persons: you, we and they.
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Compound forms

Simple forms

Past participle

having eaten
In English, the conjugated forms are the same for the following persons: you, we and they.

Indicative

Present continuous
I am eating
you are eating
he/she/it is eating
we are eating
you are eating
they are eating
Present perfect
I have eaten
you have eaten
he/she/it has eaten
we have eaten
you have eaten
they have eaten
Future
I will eat
you will eat
he/she/it will eat
we will eat
you will eat
they will eat
Future perfect
I will have eaten
you will have eaten
he/she/it will have eaten
we will have eaten
you will have eaten
they will have eaten
Past continuous
I was eating
you were eating
he/she/it was eating
we were eating
you were eating
they were eating
Past perfect
I had eaten
you had eaten
he/she/it had eaten
we had eaten
you had eaten
they had eaten
Future continuous
I will be eating
you will be eating
he/she/it will be eating
we will be eating
you will be eating
they will be eating
Present perfect continuous
I have been eating
you have been eating
he/she/it has been eating
we have been eating
you have been eating
they have been eating
Past perfect continuous
I had been eating
you had been eating
he/she/it had been eating
we had been eating
you had been eating
they had been eating
Future perfect continuous
I will have been eating
you will have been eating
he/she/it will have been eating
we will have been eating
you will have been eating
they will have been eating
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Similar English verbs: overeat, undereat
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