When using the front teeth to eat food or tear something, you can use the word "bite."
Someone took a bite out of this donut.
Someone bit into the donut.
The first sentence shows how "bite" is used as a noun. The second sentence uses "bite" as a verb in the past tense.
You can also use the word "bite" when describing the activities of animals and insects:
1. A mosquito is going to bite him.
2. He’s going to be bitten. (passive voice)
3. He’s going to get a mosquito bite if he doesn’t do something.
In the first and second sentences "bite" is a verb; in the third sentence "bite" is a noun.
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October 5, 2014