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English Grammar | Verbs

The word that denotes or conveys action is called verb.

There are two types of verb.

Types of verbs

1. Transitive Verb
The verb that needs object is called transitive verb.

For Ex.

1. He calls the police.
2. She helps the needy.
3. They told a lie.

Note:
Such verbs answers what or who, whom, when question is asked to verb.


2. Intransitive Verb
The verb that doesn’t need object is called intransitive verb.

For Ex.
1. She runs fast.

2. They jump.
3. We sleep at 8 p.m.

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