The verb 'finished' is the past tense of the verb to finish.
The verb 'finish' (or finished) can be transitive or intransitive.
When you finish dinner, you may go out. (transitive, direct object is 'dinner')
I finished dinner already. (transitive, direct object is 'dinner')
You may go out when you finish. (intransitive, no direct object)
When you've finished, you may go out. (intransitive, no direct object)
The word "transitive" is not a verb, it's an adjective. A transitive verb is an action verb that has a direct object.
Edit is a transitive verb.
transitive means the verb has a direct object... and about isn't a verb
It can be used as both a transitive and intransitive verb.
A transitive verb is a verb in which the action is being done to someone or something else. "sit down" is not transitive. "Chop the vegetables" contains a transitive verb.
Yes. Any verb that takes a direct object is a transitive verb (as in: Lady GaGa HAS a ________).
Chirped is transitive
Sing may be transitive or intransitive.