what is transitive and intransitive verb?
Transitive verb is a verb which takes a Direct object. The direct object can be found by asking the questions Whom or What. A transitive verb, therefore, is a verb which is capable of yielding an answer to the question Whom or What.
- I saw the accident.
- He helped us.
- She likes novels.
An Intransitive verb is a verb which cannot take a direct object.
- He is sleeping.
- He walks slowly.
- Isaac laughed loudly.