Transitive and Intransitive Verbs-2

Create sentences using the verbs provided, use this verbs as transitive and intransitive verb. Check the Answers at the end.

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Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

Understanding the difference between transitive and intransitive verbs is an essential aspect of mastering the English language. Transitive verbs are those that take an object, while intransitive verbs do not require an object. For instance, “She eats” is an intransitive verb as it does not require an object, while “She eats pizza” is a transitive verb as it takes an object (pizza). To help students improve their grammar skills, transitive and intransitive verbs worksheets can be a valuable resource.

These worksheets provide practice exercises that allow students to identify and differentiate between the two types of verbs. By using these worksheets, students can strengthen their understanding of transitive and intransitive verbs and enhance their overall English language skills.

Check the answers at the end of the worksheet.

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