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    A question in "Phrasal Verb" section

    In the "Phrasal Verbs" section, Intransitive verbs has been explained as "not taking an object", but why in the following sentence, Intransitive verbs take the object?

    She brought through a surprising result.

    The job brings in two thousand dollars a month.

    Thank you.

    Arvid

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    Re: A question in "Phrasal Verb" section

    Quote Originally Posted by arvid226 View Post
    In the "Phrasal Verbs" section, Intransitive verbs has been explained as "not taking an object", but why in the following sentence, Intransitive verbs take the object?

    She brought through a surprising result.

    The job brings in two thousand dollars a month.

    Thank you.

    Arvid
    If they have objects, they are transitive. Not all verbs are forced to be either / or. Many can function either way, depending on use.


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    Thank you very much, konungursvia.

    Arvid

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