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    transitive and intransitive verbs

    From: "I like to listen"

    I think that it need adding "to it" then "I like to listen to it"
    But since listen is a "vi" (intransitive verb), so, am I correct?

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    Re: transitive and intransitive verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by Suthipong View Post
    From: "I like to listen"

    I think that it need adding "to it" then "I like to listen to it"
    But since listen is a "vi" (intransitive verb), so, am I correct?
    "I like to listen" is acceptable.

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    Re: transitive and intransitive verbs

    Thank you.

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