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TransiTive Verb Uhv DyrekT ObjekT And TranziTTiv Vrbz And NonTranziTTiv Vrbz

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What Are Transitive Verbs? (with Examples)

A transitive verb is a verb that can take a DirecT ObjecT. In other words, it is done to someone or something. Most verbs are transitive…

Here is an example of a transitive verb:

He read a book.

(Read (from to read) is a transitive verb. In this example, the DirecT ObjecT is a book. To read is transitive because you can read something. You can read a poem, a story, a face, a horoscope, etc.)


DirecT ObjecT Uhv DyrekT ObjekT And TranziTTiv Vrbz And NonTranziTTiv Vrbz

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[DirecT ObjecT (with Examples)

The DirecT ObjecT of a verb is the thing being acted upon (i.e., the receiver of the action).

Examples of DirecT ObjecTs
Here are some examples of DirecT ObjecTs (shaded):

Play The GuiTar.
Every actor played His ParT.
The crowd will cheer The PresidenT.
We can climb The hill and fly The KiTe.


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* Uhv DyrekT ObjekT And TranziTTiv Vrbz And NonTranziTTiv Vrbz
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What Is an Intransitive Verb? (with Examples)

An intransitive verb is one that does not take a DirecT ObjecT. In other words, it is not done to someone or something. It only involves the subject.

For example:

He laughed.
(Laughed is an intransitive verb. It has no DirecT ObjecT. You cannot laugh something.)