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    Smile English homework help

    I was asked by my teacher to write 10 examples of S+V+DO and 10 examples of S+V. The problem is I was in the restroom when she explained what S+V+DO and S+V was. Can you explain what these abreviations stand for so I can get my homework done? Thank you.

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    Re: English homework help

    S ; Subject
    V ; verb
    Do ; Direct Object

    S + V -> I sleep, I walk, She went and so on.
    In this case, a verb doesn't need an object.

    S + V + DO -> like, want, have and so on.
    These verbs are called transitive verb.
    They need Objects to complete the sentences.
    I like you.
    I want some water.
    I have lunch.

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