例句：I had a terrible day today! First,I slipped on a cake of soap, and then got bit by dog.
- ElisaLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
I had a terrible day today! First, I slipped on a cake of soap, and then got bit by dog.
請問例句中bit的用處，不是應該要用biten嗎? They are the same. See explanation below.
表示被動式，而例句用bit，我不動這句的用法，懇請細析. Yes, it is passive voice.
When used as a verb, Bite is original tense) -> Bit is past tense -> Bit or Bitten is past participle
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pt. and a pp. of bite.
In this case, you can use: “and then got bit by a dog”, or “and then got bitten by a dog”. They meant the same.
He was bit (pp.) by one of the dogs on the leg.
I got bit (pp.) by a dog and now I have dog bites (n.) on my leg.
See examples from the news links below.Source(s): Myself. Went abroad at age 11. With over 32 years of experience speaking and writing English. Tutored English as an Undergrad. A project manager in the US since 1992.
- 1 decade ago
and then I got a bit by a dog
I got a bit by a dog.
I got bits by dogs???