Anglais > Verbes irréguliers anglais  
 

manger : eat / ate / eaten


Formes du verbe "Manger" en anglais

Le verbe Manger est un verbe irrégulier en anglais :

Infinitif Eat
Prétérite Ate
Participe passé Eaten

Exemple(s) d'utilisation de "Manger" en anglais

Attention certains exemples peuvent être faux :
c'est le cas lorsque le verbe est orthographié exactement de la même manière qu'un nom ou un adjectif,
comme c'est le cas pour "beat" par exemple. Nous travaillons sur le choix des exemples actuallement.




When animals eat these plants (or eat other animals which have eaten plants), the sugars produced by the plant are used by the animal

Food is any substance, usually composed primarily of carbohydrates, fats, water and/or proteins, that can be eaten or drunk by an animal or human for nutrition or pleasure

Many cultures eat seaweed, a protist, or blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) such as Spirulina

[1] Additionally, salt is often eaten as a flavoring or preservative, and baking soda is used in food preparation

Many plants or plant parts are eaten as food

Many plants have evolved fruits that are attractive as a food source to animals, so that animals will eat the fruits and excrete the seeds some distance away

Some botanical fruits, such as tomatoes, pumpkins and eggplants, are eaten as vegetables

While some food can be eaten raw, many foods undergo some form of preparation for reasons of safety, palatability, or flavor

A meal is made up of food which is prepared to be eaten at a specific time and place

Many individuals limit what foods they eat for reasons of morality, or other habit

Bacteria can grow in the thawed portion of prepared foods, releasing toxins that are not safe to eat even after cooking



 
     
Parlez une langue étrangère !
Salut, moi c'est Fred.

Vous cherchez à apprendre rapidement une langue et vous êtes prêt à tester une méthode non-conventionnelle ?

Laissez moi vous guider pas à pas et gratuitement par email !

Votre meilleure adresse email : *
Aimez eguens sur facebook !
Eguens.com sur google +