Beat – Battre


retour aux verbes irréguliers

Infinitive: to beat
Present Participle: beating
Past Simple: beat
Past Participle: beaten

Present
Present Simple I beat
You beat
He/She/It beats
We beat
They beat
Present Continuous I am beating
You are beating
He/She/It is beating
We are beating
They are beating
Present Perfect I have beaten
You have beaten
He/She/It has beaten
We have beaten
They have beaten
Past
Past Simple I beat
You beat
He/She/It beat
We beat
They beat
Past Continuous I was beating
You were beating
He/She/It was beating
We were beating
They were beating
Past Perfect I had beaten
You had beaten
He/She/It had beaten
We had beaten
They had beaten
Future
Future Simple I will beat
You will beat
He/She/It will beat
We will beat
They will beat
Future Continuous I will be beating
You will be beating
He/She/It will be beating
We will be beating
They will be beating
Future Perfect I will have beaten
You will have beaten
He/She/It will have beaten
We will have beaten
They will have beaten
Conditional
First Same as Future Simple
Second I would beat
You would beat
He/She/It would beat
We would beat
They would beat
Third I would have beaten
You would have beaten
He/She/It would have beaten
We would have beaten
They would have beaten

Useful language:

“beat” est employé exactement comme en français:
beat an egg = battre un oeuf
beat someone at chess = battre quelqu’un aux echecs

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