Transitive and Intransitive

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  • Q1

    The mad dog bit its owner. Find the verb and mention if it is transitive or intransitive.

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    Answer:

    bit - transitive

    Explanation:

    A verb that denotes an action which passes from the subject to an object is called a transitive verb.

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  • Q2

    My brother Ryan walks very fast. Find the verb and mention if it is transitive or intransitive.

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    Answer:

    walks - transitive

    Explanation:

    A verb that denotes an action (walks) which does not need an object to make complete sense of the sentence is called an intransitive verb.

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  • Q3

    Young Veronica dances gracefully. Find the verb and mention if it is transitive or intransitive.

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    Answer:

    dances - intransitive

    Explanation:

    An intransitive verb is a verb that denotes an action that does not pass to an object.

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  • Q4

    The cute little baby sleeps peacefully. Find the verb and mention if it is transitive or intransitive.

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    Answer:

    sleeps - intransitive

    Explanation:

    An intransitive verb is a verb that denotes an action that does not pass to an object. Here the action of sleeping does not pass to any object.

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  • Q5

    The old fat lady eats a plate full of rice. Find the verb and mention if it is transitive or intransitive.

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    Answer:

    eats - transitive

    Explanation:

    A verb that denotes an action which passes from the doer (subject) to an object is called a transitive verb. It always takes a direct object.

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