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Transitive and intransitive verbs
We use transitive verb with : Transitive verbs with a direct object and transmits action to an object which can be a noun, pronoun, phrase, or clause. may also have an indirect object, which indicates to or for whom the action is done. Find the direct object by asking Subject + Verb + What/Whom? My dad is driving Fred to his friend's house. My dad is driving whom? Fred. That's the direct object. Therefore, drive is a transitive verb.
Examples: 1. He sent the letter. ( letter = direct object of sent) 2. She gave the lecture. ( lecture = direct object of gave)
Intransitive verbs Intransitive verb never takes an object. Intransitive verbs don't require a direct object. My dad goes to work every morning. My dad goes what or whom? That doesn't make sense, so there is no direct object. Therefore, go is an intransitive verb. After we eat at my house, we can go outside. (intransitive) After we eat our sandwiches, we can go outside. (transitive) The truck runs on diesel gasoline. (intransitive) My uncle runs a restaurant. (transitive)
Examples: 1. She sleeps too much. 2. He complains frequently.
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