Transitive verb or Intransitive verb?
Any verb that requires a direct object is known as a transitive verb.
I trim the lawn.
I taught the children.
Verbs that do not take objects are intransitive verbs.
We shall run when we get the chance.
We stayed at the Ritz.
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