Could you give an example of the following?
Future Indicative. Conditional (present) Present Subjunctive.
Imperfect Subjunctive . Imperative
And finally, are the words ‘smoked’, ‘drank’ and ‘ate’ the past participles of smoke, drink, eat?
present indicative: I eat, I learn
Imperfect indicative: I was eating, I used to eat, OR I was learning, I used to learn;
Past Simple: I ate, I learned
Future Indicative: I will eat, I will learn
Conditional Present: I would eat; I would learn
Present Subjunctive: I must eat, I must learn
Imperfect subjunctive: I must’ve eaten, I must have learned
Imperative: Eat! Learn! [direct order]
and finally, yes, smoked, drank, and ate are PP of smoke eat and drink!
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