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How do you use past in french?

How to say in french

I eat
I am eating
I ate
I have eaten
I had eaten
I was eating

How to say "As you wish" in french

How to talk say something in reflexive pronoun like

I work by myself
he finished his homework by himself

Difference between "jour" and "journee" and "tout" and "tous"

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    How to say in french (French)

    I eat: Je mange.
    I am eating: Je suis en train de manger.
    I ate: Je mangeai (rarely used...).
    I have eaten: J'ai mangé.
    I had eaten: J'avais mangé.
    I was eating: J'étais en train de manger.

    How to say "As you wish" in french: Comme tu veux. / Comme vous voulez.

    How to talk say something in reflexive pronoun like

    I work by myself: Je travaille seul. (This is not reflexive, though.)
    he finished his homework by himself: Il a terminé son devoir seul.

    Difference between "jour" and "journee" and "tout" and "tous":
    The words "jour" and "journée" mean the same thing.
    As adjectives, "tout" is masculine-singular, whereas "tous" is plural (regardless of gender): tout le temps, tous les gens.

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