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Bite past tense
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There are two ways to make past and past participle verb forms in English. The first is by adding ed and the second type is of irregular verbs. Bite is also an irregular verb and its three verb forms v1, v2, v3 are different.
We will see the past tense of bite and also the meaning, base form, past participle form, third-person singular form and present participle form of bite with examples.
Here we will see the past form of bite and its other verb forms also.
|Base form||Past form||Past participle form||Third-person singular form||Participle form||Meaning of bite|
|bite||bit||bitten||bites||biting||Cut into with teeth or grip a surface using some tool.|
Meaning of bite
The general meaning of bite is to Cut into with teeth or grip a surface using some tool.
Past form of bite
The past form of bite is bit. We will see some examples of bite in past forms.
- The dog bit him yesterday.
- We bit when we don’t have any other way to escape.
- A snake bit an elephant.
- He bit the fruits to check their taste.
- Cat bit the child to protect her kittens.
Base form of bite
Base form of bite is bite.
Here are some examples of the use of base form of bite.
- Stray dogs often bite people at night.
- Wild animals bite human beings.
- They bite their nails during the match because of the pressure.
- you bite others after getting angry.
- Dogs and cats bite each other during fights.
Past participle form of bite .
Past participle form of bite is bitten.
We will see some examples of the use of past participle of bite.
1)He is bitten by a dog.
2)She was bitten by a cat.
3) A dog has bitten a man.
4)A snake has bitten someone.
5)They had bitten each other.
Third-person singular form of bite
The third-person singular form of bite is bites. We will see some examples of the use of bite as third-person singular verb form used in the simple present tense.
1)A mad dog bites anyone.
2)The Snake bites others when in danger.
3)She bites fruits.
4)Sam bites his fingers.
Present participle form of bite
Present participle form of bite is biting.
We will see some of the examples of present participle form of bite.
- A dog is biting someone.
- They are biting each other.
- He was biting his nails unknowingly.
- We were biting raw chicken meat.
- She was biting it.
Conclusion for past form of bite
These are the examples and explanations of the use of bite in past form, the base form, past participle form, third-person singular form and present participle form.
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