Quick Answer: What Did You Eat Or Ate?

Did she eat or ate?

3 Answers.

You would never say “Did you ate?”.

In this specific context you would use “Did you eat?” or “Have you eaten?” You can use “Ate” as a verb to simplify other sentences, for example: “I ate today” rather than “I have eaten today”..

Have you already eaten or have you eaten yet?

“Have you eaten yet?”/”Have you eaten already?” would probably not be asked in the latter situation. If the speaker expected you to wait but suspects you did not, “already” is the correct choice. Otherwise “yet” is better but “already” is not wrong.

How do you use eat ate eaten in a sentence?

eat / ate / eaten / eatingThe Past. Past Continuous – “He was eating his breakfast when the phone rang.” Past Simple – “He ate cornflakes for breakfast.” … The Present. Present Continuous – “It is 12.15 and he is eating lunch.” … The Future. Future Continuous – “He’s eating dinner with his mother at 8.00 tomorrow.”

How do you use eaten in a sentence?

Eaten sentence examplesWe have just eaten our breakfast. … He’d eaten neither lunch nor dinner. … I haven’t eaten real food in weeks. … She felt as if she hadn’t just eaten a large breakfast. … Haven’t eaten real food in weeks. … Have you ever eaten GMO foods?More items…

When to use is or are?

When deciding whether to use is or are, look at whether the noun is plural or singular. If the noun is singular, use is. If it is plural or there is more than one noun, use are. The cat is eating all of his food.

What is correct you eat or ate?

Correct is what did you eat. Two past tense can not be present in the same sentence. Did and ate are past tense, hence if you have used did, which is a past tense, then ate will become eat.

When was the last time you eat or ate?

Both are correct and there is no difference in meaning. Hola Vanessa! There is no difference between the two phrases, just in the was they are said. “Ate” already contains the past tense in the first phrase.

What did you have or had for dinner?

They are largely interchangeable. ‘What did you have…’ can be used further from the event (eating dinner) than ‘what have you had…’ which needs to be asked reasonably soon after the meal.

Have eaten or had eaten?

I would say “I have eaten” or “I had eaten.” Both are correct. The difference is that “had eaten” is past; “have eaten” means you ate recently.

When was the last time or when is the last time?

Both are correct, although there’s a bit of room for discussion. The last time you spoke to him is obviously in the past, but it is in the past now. So when is the last time is correct. However, the last time you spoke to him was a time before now.

Did you eat or have you eat?

I come up with some sentences as f. In London, it’s nearly always “Have you had lunch?” “Eaten” is rarely used. … The best answer is, “Have you eaten lunch yet?” The present perfect form is used to show a period of time from the past until right now, and that’s what the speaker really wants to know.

What are different ways to ask your dinner?

However, there are other ways to say it: “Have you had dinner?” is a little more conversational. “Have” is a verb you can substitute for “eat” in American English. You can have a meal, have a snack, have a sandwich and so on….Did you eat dinner?Have you eaten dinner yet.Did you eat dinner yet?

Is it I haven’t ate or eaten?

“I haven’t eaten anything” is correct. This is because ‘eaten’ is the past participle of the verb ‘to eat’, and the perfect tense is formed by the present tense of the verb to have followed by the past participle.

Did u have your breakfast?

Normally, one would say, “Have you had breakfast?” or “Did you have breakfast [yet]?” to ask if someone has eaten breakfast on a particular day or morning. When used with breakfast, do can also mean eat (besides make, etc). However, this usage has more to do with frequency than anything else.

Did you eat your lunch?

1) “Have you had lunch?” is preferred. The phrasing suggests that you’re asking something about how the person currently is, specifically whether he is hungry. If you were asking about events from a week ago, then “did you have your lunch?” would be equally as good as “had you eaten/had your lunch?”