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eat in English:

1. eaten eaten


Have you eaten?
I had never eaten any kind of Thai food, so I was pretty excited about going to a Thai restaurant with my grandmother.
Over the last month, I have eaten Chinese, French, Italian, Greek, Hungarian and Mexican food.
A crust eaten in peace is better than a banquet partaken in anxiety.
In Korea, there's a popular theory that says that: "If you eat a quarter of an Iceberg lettuce, you will fall asleep". Thus, amongst truck drivers in Korea, lettuce is known as something that should not be eaten before work.
If the cookies weren't quite so burnt, maybe some people would have eaten them.
The exception was in China, where flat bread was probably not eaten.
They shall no longer say: ‘The parents have eaten sour grapes, and the children’s teeth are set on edge.’
The turkeys in my grandfather's farm are very noisy, I can't wait for them to get eaten.
The Sphinx had eaten hundreds of people on their way to the city of Thebes, because they could not answer the riddle the cunning Sphinx had asked them.
You couldn't tell it by looking, but she has the legendary tale of having eaten two whole cakes when a child.
The next morning, after having eaten, I thought about what had happened last night while sitting at my desk.
After all, different people have different ways of eating, according to the kinds of food which they have traditionally eaten.
A dead deer being pecked by vultures, remains partly eaten by other animals, that sort of rotten meat is called 'carrion'.

English word "eat"(eaten) occurs in sets:

Past participle
past participle
past participle 1

2. ate eaten ate eaten



English word "eat"(ate eaten) occurs in sets:

Irregular verbs: Simple Form, Past Tense and Past ...
czasoeniki 1.1
czasowniki nieregularne
Czas przeszły

3. eat eat


Eat everything.
If you want to lose weight, you'll have to be careful about what you eat.
We often eat foods which are harmful to our health without knowing it.
I don't think it makes him a bad person just because he's decided he likes to eat horse meat.
If I don't go to the supermarket, I won't be able to prepare anything to eat this evening.
Please put the potato chips in the bowl. Don't eat them directly from the bag.
I've heard that you don't eat green leafy vegetables. You say that it is food for animals.
You might have to eat those words a few years from now.
Generally speaking, Westerners don't eat fish raw.
Being aware of what and how much we eat is essential to good health.
I'll eat my hat if my candidate does not win the election.
What is peculiar to Japan at mealtimes is that people eat rice out of little bowls.
Eat your vegetables so that you will grow up to be big and strong.
They usually have breakfast at half past seven o'clock and eat their lunch at twelve.

English word "eat"(eat) occurs in sets:

czasowniki present simple wojtek
czasowniki present simple wojtek 2
101 - 200 verbos
VOCABULARY 15
Vocabulary 04

4. ate ate


I ate caviar.
The movie star ate crow many times because of all the thoughtless things she said.
After we had finished that, we ate lunch.
They rushed the woman to the hospital after she ate a lightbulb.
My dog ate a paper towel. I wonder if he'll get sick.
Hundreds of soldiers ate in silence around their campfires.
I was surprised because my husband actually ate some of our wedding cake.
The only time that Tom left the room was just before we ate dinner.
Tom sprang out of bed, threw on some clothes, ate breakfast and was out of the door within ten minutes.
Before forks and chopsticks, people usually ate food with a piece of flat bread.
He ate Mr Wood's good country food, and drank a lot of milk.
Last year in Nagoya I ate a very delicious dish called "Shoujin Ryouri".
Christopher Columbus once accidentally ate a sea urchin. Then, he did it a second time... intentionally.
Last week I was treated to dinner by my friend who'd won at pachinko. It was all-you-can-eat so I ate to my heart's content.
Although the fork entered society on the tables of rich people, many members of royalty, such as Elizabeth I of England and Louis XIV of France, ate with their fingers.

English word "eat"(ate) occurs in sets:

Czasowniki regularne i nie regularne
KBG A1 irregular verbs
A1+ irregular verbs 1