Transitive and intransitive verbs
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An action verb with a direct object is transitive while an action verb with no direct object is intransitive. Some verbs, such as arrive, go, lie, sneeze, sit, and die, are always intransitive; it is impossible for a direct object to follow.
Other action verbs, however, can be transitive or intransitive; depending on what follows in the sentence. Compare these examples:
Because of blood sugar problems, Rosa always eats before leaving for school.
If there is no leftover pizza, Rosa usually eats whole -grain cereal.
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A transitive verb is one that is used with an object: a noun, phrase, or pronoun that refers to the person or thing that is affected by the action of the verb.
I admire your courage.
We need to maintain product quality.
An intransitive verb does not have an object.
The baby was crying.
I work for a larg firm in Paris.
The choir sang carols, [transitive]
Pate always sings in the bath, [intransitive].