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I ate j’ai mangĂ©
How to say “I ate” in French? “J’ai mangĂ©”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “j’ai mangĂ©” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on I ate in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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To remember “j’ai mangĂ©” (English: “I ate”), associate the first part “j’ai” with “I have” because it is the auxiliary verb “avoir” in the first person singular present tense, used in forming the passĂ© composĂ© (a French past tense). The second part “mangĂ©” is the past participle of “manger,” which means “to eat.”

**Tips to remember the French word:**
– Associate “manger” with “mango” to help remember it is related to eating.
– Think of “J’ai” as a contraction of “I have” in English.
– Recall a memorable meal you had, and tell yourself “J’ai mangĂ©” (I ate) while visualizing it.

– **”J’ai mangĂ©”** is in the passĂ© composĂ© tense, a compound tense used to describe actions completed in the past.
– The auxiliary verb “avoir” matches the subject “je” (which contracts to “j'” before a vowel sound) and “mangĂ©” is the past participle of “manger.”

**Other words/phrases meaning the same thing:**
– **”Je mangeais”**: imperfect tense, for ongoing past actions (“I was eating”)
– **”Je mangerai”**: simple future tense (“I will eat”)

**Conjugations of “manger”:**
– Infinitive: **manger** (to eat)
– Present: je mange, tu manges, il/elle mange, nous mangeons, vous mangez, ils/elles mangent
– Imperfect: je mangeais, tu mangeais, il/elle mangeait, nous mangions, vous mangiez, ils/elles mangeaient
– Future: je mangerai, tu mangeras, il/elle mangera, nous mangerons, vous mangerez, ils/elles mangeront
– Conditional: je mangerais, tu mangerais, il/elle mangerait, nous mangerions, vous mangeriez, ils/elles mangeraient
– Subjunctive: que je mange, que tu manges, qu’il/elle mange, que nous mangions, que vous mangiez, qu’ils/elles mangent

**Examples of sentences using “mangĂ©”:**
– **”Hier soir, j’ai mangĂ© du poisson.”** (Last night, I ate fish.)
– **”J’ai dĂ©jĂ  mangĂ©, merci.”** (I have already eaten, thank you.)
– **”Tu as mangĂ© quoi aujourd’hui ?”** (What did you eat today?)

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