Term: Intransitive Verbs

Definition:

An intransitive verb is one that does not take an object.

EG: They arrived. (The verb does not require an object to complete it.)

They do not have a passive form.


 

See Also: Ambitransitive Verb ; Ditransitive Verb ; Transitive Verb  

Category: Verbs and Tenses

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