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Explanation: The word "ingrate" does exist in English, but it is very rare - so rare that it is not included in my Illustrated Oxford Dictionary (187,000 words). You would simply say "You are ungrateful" or more likely "You are an ungrateful(something)" for more emphasis - the noun would probably be derogatory: "ungrateful wretch", "ungrateful bastard" etc.