We most need to learn verbs properly for knowing the better English. Verbs are the vital parts of the language. Before opening this article, we most need to learnt my previous two articles about the verbs. Instead of learning them you can’t able to understand this article. I am going to providing here the some other valuable information about the verbs.
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What is Intransitive verb? An intransitive verb is a type of verb that denotes an action which does not pass over to an object. The intransitive verbs may be expressing a state or being of the subject. Following examples are helping you to understanding the above statement.
Examples:- (i) My wife sleeps. (state)
(ii) There are hundreds of student in the school. (being)
Here, I am liking to providing more examples about transitive and intransitive verbs which are helping you all to differentiate between them.
|Transitive verbs.||In transitive verbs.|
|We made Navin our chief minister.
Many of my friends are intelligent.
The judge found him guilty. etc.
|Man is mortal.
He looks very ugly.
My sister looks smart. etc
1. Some transitive verbs of incomplete predictions are:-
Appoint, believe, call, create, elect, find, make, name, suppose, think, wish etc These verbs act as links between their subjects and with the complements. These verbs are also called linking verbs. Following examples are helping you all for understanding the statement.
Examples:- (i) The quinine tastes bitter.
(ii) Your argument sounds strange.
(iii) My sister seems very restless.
The verbs like taste, argument or seems denoted as the steady condition. Hence, they are called as the linking verbs. These, linking verbs are not using in the present progressive tenses.
Instead of these linking verbs, there are certain other verbs like:- see, hear, smell, feel, think, remember, want, like, love, have, own etc. are also not using in the present progressive tenses. For examples:-
We never say as:- They are seeing a student playing in the garden. But, we write this sentence as: They are see a student playing in the garden.
2. Intransitive verbs with incomplete predictions are:- Be verbs like is, am, are, were, was and other words like seem,because, become, look, appear, grow, taste, turn, go, play etc.
3. Sometimes the complement follows a transitive verb in the active voice, which is related to the object and know as “the object complement”.
4. Sometimes the complement follows an intransitive verb which is related to the subject and it is known as the “subject complement“. To be continue:-
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