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    Itched as if it had been bitten

    I have a problem with my sentences. I am not sure which version is correct. Would you please correct my mistakes?

    1. When I woke up, my body itched as if it had been bitten by insects.
    2. When I woke up, my body itched as if bitten by insects.

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    Re: Itched as if it had been bitten

    They are both possible.
    I am not a teacher.

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