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Answer A transitive verb is a verb that requires an object. Example: John surfed the internet. In this sentence the internet is the direct object of s…urfed. So surf is a transitive verb in this sentence. Caution! Some verbs may be transitive in one sentence, but intransitive (not taking an object) in another. For example: Jill spent the afternoon surfing. In this sentence surfing has no object, so surf is an intransitive verb in this sentence.
Actually, yes, a verb can be transitive and intransitive depending on the sentence. The verb eat, for example, is transitive in this sentence: "I ate an apple," but is intran…sitive in this one: "Lindsay already ate." Other verbs can be both as well, such as "play," "clean," and "read." Verbs are transitive when they precede a direct object, and they are intransitive when they do not.
It can be either - for example: # Jim's appetite is better and he is eating well. (Intrans). # Anne ate her supper. (Trans).
Jake felt the sharp points of the quills as they penetrated his leg.
Steve grows tomatoes to sell at the market.
For intransitive verbs, you put that word in the blanks>. ____ something or ____ someone. If it makes sense, then its a transitive verb, if it doesn't its an intransitive verb….
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Transitive verb: a verb that requires a subject and one or more objects. Intransitive verb: a verb that cannot take a direct object.
Told is an intransitive verb because it doesn't travel from one place to another.
Transitive and also an Action Verb
i can only answer transit it is a verb that has a direct objet ps-a direct object is a noun that is right after a verb
transitive verbto have too little of; be deficient in; lackto be short by (a specified amount): it wants twelve minutes of midnightto feel the need of; long for; crave: to wa…nt adventureto desire; wish or long: followed by the infinitive: to want to travelto wish to see or speak with (someone): wanted on the phoneto wish to apprehend, as for questioning or arrest: wanted by the policeCHIEFLY BRIT. to require; need: this wants attending to Origin: ME wanten < ON vanta, to be lacking, want: see wantthe intransitive verbto have a need or lack: usually with for: to want for moneyto lack the necessities of life; be destitute or impoverished: "Waste not, want not"RARE to be lacking or missing for completeness or a certain result: there wants but his approval
An intransitive verb is a verb that does not need a direct object to complete its meaning - run, sleep, travel or wonder are all such verbs. . A transitive verb is a verb …accompanied by a direct object from which a passive can be formed. Such as - rectify, deny or elect. . Some verbs can be transitive in one sentence and intransitive in another. Such as - I turned the wheel sharply (where turned is transitive in this sentence) or he turned when I called (turned in this case is intransitive)
In the sentence "Shawn tells long crazy jokes" the verb "tells" is an action verb.