Well bare foot is "barefoot" with no spaces in. Bare feet is alright. we normally use barefoot as in " Can i go barefoot". Bare feet is "PE is done in bare feet"
It is better to be in a bare foot is always correct because if we would wear the shoe whole of the day we would have athlete's foot disease and if we are bare foot the sweat of foot just dry up and because of that it is better to be bare foot Azhar uddin khan-India
When using the phrase as an adjective of adverb, you use "barefoot". Example: He walks around barefoot all the time. Her heal broke, so she took off her shoes and walked the rest of the way home barefoot. The children go around barefoot at home, but must put their shoes on when they leave their house. A crazy barefoot man came into the store today! I like to be barefoot. I hate wearing shoes or socks. As a noun, of course, you can use either. It just depends on whether you are talking about one foot or more than one foot. I have one bare foot. I have bare feet. I lost my shoe and now one foot is bare. My bare feet are freezing cold!
I believe she does. She always shows her bare feet.
Yes, their disgusting. He has Athlete's Foot.
Feet would be correct as that is the plural of foot.
The plural of 'foot' is 'feet'.
katie derham is 5 foot 10 in her bare feet and 6 foot 1 in heels
200 square feet is correct answer.
girls use their bare foot to step on guy because they don't like you and want you to be in pain
6 feet long.
"Feet" is merely the plural of the word "foot", therefore, the two measurements are identical - however, "900 feet" is grammatically correct.
Bare foot was found in 1995 in Chile when shakira was in a festival.