Fajrul Falah
I was ate this cake few minutes ago, I've made this cake with my sister. I've been made this approximately a half of hour. This cake is very tasty, smooth, and sweet. You should try this, come here to my home hahaha. I've confused about "I was ate" and "I have eaten" what is the difference?
Oct 24, 2020 5:15 PM
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I ate this cake few minutes ago, I've made this cake with my sister. I've been made this approximately a half of hour. This cake is very tasty, smooth, and sweet. You should try this, come here to my home hahaha. I've confused about "I was ate" and "I have eaten" what is the difference?
“I was ate” is improper grammar.”I have eaten” is passive voice, and it better to use “I ate,” which is in the active voice form.
October 24, 2020
I ate this cake a few minutes ago. I made this cake with my sister. I made this about half an hour ago. This cake is very tasty, smooth and sweet. Come to my house and try it!
Your phrasing is better when you use the simple past. “I have eaten” means you were eating something repeatedly in the past, or you were eating something for a period of time. “I was ate” should be “I was eaten”, but this doesn’t mean what you think it means: it means something else is eating you! 😅
October 24, 2020
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Fajrul Falah
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English, Indonesian
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English