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Past Tense of Bite- Bite Present, Past, and Past participle Forms

Past Tense of Bite- Bite Present, Past, and Past participle Forms

The word bite is an irregular verb. The past tense and the past participle of bite are bit and bitten, respectively. Below are the principal forms of the verb bite with conjugation in active and passive voice.
Meaning: To grip, cut, or tear something with your teeth, a tool, or other objects.
Infinitive: to bite 
Perfect Infinitive: to have bitten
Present Tense: Bite (third Person singular bites)
Past Tense: Bit 
Present Participle: Biting 
Perfect Infinitive: to have bitten
Past Participle: Bitten 
Gerund: biting
Perfect Gerund: having bitten
Perfect Participle: having bitten

Conjugating the Verb Bite (Active Voice)

Bite Present Tense
  • I/We bite 
  • He (She, It) bites 
  • You/They bite 
Bite Past Simple Tense
  • I/We bit 
  • He (She, It) bit 
  • You /They bit 
Bite Future Simple Tense
  • I/We shall/will bite 
  • He (She, It) shall/will bite 
  • You/They shall/will bite 
Bite Present Continuous Tense
  • I am + present participle of bite
  • He (She, It) is + present participle of bite
  • We/You/They are + present participle of bite
Bite Past Continuous Tense
  • I was + present participle of bite
  • He (She, It) was + present participle of bite
  • We/You/They were + present participle of bite
Bite Future Continuous Tense
  • I/We shall/will be + present participle of bite
  • He (She, It) shall/will be + present participle of bite
  • You/They shall/will be + present participle of bite
Bite Present Perfect Tense
  • I/We have bitten
  • He (She, It) has bitten
  • You/They have bitten, bit 
Bite Past Perfect Tense
  • I/We had bitten
  • He (She, It) had bitten 
  • You/They had bitten
Bite Future Perfect Tense
  • I/We shall/will have bitten
  • He (She, It) shall/will have bitten
  • You /They shall/will have bitten
Bite Present Perfect Continuous Tense
  • I/We have been + present participle of bite 
  • He (She, It) has been + present participle of bite
  • You/They have been + present participle of bite
Bite Past Perfect Continuous Tense
  • I/We had been + present participle of bite
  • He (She, It) had been + present participle of bite
  • You/They had been + present participle of bite
Bite Future Perfect Continuous Tense
  • I/We shall/will have been + present participle of bite
  • He (She, It) shall/will have been + present participle of bite
  • You /They shall/will have been + present participle of bite 

Conjugating the Verb Bite (Passive Voice)

Present Simple Tense
  • I am bitten 
  • We are bitten 
  • He (She, It) is bitten 
  • You/They are bitten 
Past Simple Tense
  • I was bitten 
  • We were bitten 
  • He (She, It) was bitten 
  • You/They were bitten 
Future Simple Tense
  • I/We shall/will be bitten 
  • He (She, It) shall/will be bitten 
  • You/They shall/will be bitten 
Present Continuous Tense
  • I am being bitten 
  • We are being bitten 
  • You are being bitten 
  • He (She, It) is being bitten 
  • They are being bitten 
Past Continuous Tense
  • I was being bitten 
  • We were being bitten 
  • You were being bitten 
  • He (She, It) was being bitten 
  • They were being bitten 
Future Continuous Tense
  • I shall/will be being bitten 
  • We shall/will be being bitten 
  • You shall/will be being bitten 
  • He (she, It) shall/will be being bitten 
  • They shall/will be being bitten
Present Perfect Tense
  • I have been bitten 
  • We have been bitten 
  • You have been bitten 
  • He (She, It) has been bitten 
  • They have been bitten 
Past Perfect Tense
  • I had been bitten 
  • We had been bitten 
  • You had been bitten 
  • He (She, It) had been bitten 
  • They had been bitten 
Future Perfect Tense
  • I shall/will have been bitten 
  • We shall/will have bitten 
  • You shall/will have been bitten 
  • He (she, It) shall/will have been bitten 
  • They shall/will have been bitten

Conjugating the Verb Bite Imperative Mood (Active Voice)

Present
  • If I bite 
  • If we bite 
  • If you bite 
  • If he (she, it) bite
  • If they bite 
Past 
  • If I bit 
  • If we bit 
  • If you bit 
  • If he (she, it) bit
  • If they bit 
Future 
  • If I should bite 
  • If we should bite 
  • If you should bite 
  • If he (she, it) should bite 
  • If they should bite

Conjugating the Verb Bite Imperative Mood Passive Voice

Present
  • If I be bitten 
  • If we be bitten 
  • If you be bitten 
  • If he (she, it) be bitten 
  • If they be bitten 
Past 
  • If I were bitten 
  • If we were bitten 
  • If you were bitten 
  • If he (she, it) were bitten 
  • If they were bitten 
Future
  • If I should be bitten 
  • If we should be bitten 
  • If you should be bitten 
  • If he (she, it) should be bitten 
  • If they should be bitten
Conditional
Present
  • I/We should/would bite
  • He/She/It would bite
  • You/They would bite
Perfect
  • I/We should/would have bitten
  • He/She/It would have bitten
  • You/They would have bitten

Sentences with Bite, Bit, and Bitten

  • Be careful—the dog bites. (Present Form third person singular)
  • Does your dog bite? (Present Form)
  • He bit his lip when he jumped over the table. (Past Form)
  • This dog is hazardous.  It has bitten many people. (Past Participle)
  • We were bitten by many mosquitoes last night. (Past Participle)
Definition of Important Terms:
Participle: A participle is a form of a verb that usually ends in 'ed,' called a past participle, or 'ing,' called a present participle.
Active Voice: A verb will be in the active voice when the subject is the performer/doer of the action.
Passive Voice: A verb will be in the passive voice when the subject undergoes the action.
Present Participle: A form of a verb formed by adding -ing to the root form of a verb (playing, cooking, coming, and so on) is called the present participles.
Past Participle: The third form or V3 of a verb is called the past participle. We use them together with have/has to form the perfect tenses.

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