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  1. Newbie
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    Knowledge of VERB

    What is the diff between this two sentence

    1. We ran a race. 2. He ran a long race.

    is it both transitive or intransitive? How? Please explain

    if We ran a race is a intransitive then how?

    is race is used here as a noun or verb...pls clear the sense

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    Re: Knowledge of VERB

    Both are transitive. "Race" is a noun in both cases.

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