This page provides example sentences of the verb "beat" in all tenses including active and passive forms, as well as conditional and modal forms.
Base Form beat / Past Simple beat / Past Participle beaten / Gerund beating
I often beat my friends at chess.
Present Simple Passive
Jack is usually beaten by Mary in poker.
Johnson is beating Anderson in the boxing match.
Present Continuous Passive
Anderson is being beaten by Johnson in the boxing match.
Peter has beaten me at least fifty times at chess.
Present Perfect Passive
I've have been beaten at chess at least fifty times by Peter.
Present Perfect Continuous
Jennifer beat me last week.
Past Simple Passive
I was beaten by Jennifer last week.
I was beating Peter in that game when you walked in the door.
Past Continuous Passive
Peter was being beaten when you walked in the door.
Tom had beaten Jane at least ten times before Jane finally won a match.
Past Perfect Passive
Jane had been beaten by Tom at least time times before she finally won a match.
Past Perfect Continuous
I will beat you the next time we play.
Future (will) passive
She will be beaten in the next match.
Future (going to)
Look! Jack is going to beat Mark.
Future (going to) passive
Look! Mark is going to be beaten by Mark.
This time next week, I'll be beating you in our rematch.
By the time you read this, he will have been beaten by his opponent.
I thinks she might beat Ralph in the next game.
If she continues like this, she will be beat her opponent.
If she played better, she would beat Jack.
Past Unreal Conditional
If Peter had concentrated more, he would have beaten his opponent.
He should beat Mark.
They must have beaten their opponents. They are so much better at chess!