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Transitive and Intransitive verbs

As students in 8A, we are going to introduce and explain everything related to transitive and intransitive verbs. Hope you like it.
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on 26 April 2014

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Transcript of Transitive and Intransitive verbs

Introduction
Write
Exercises
Explanation
Homework
Ammar Haythem
Omar Belal
Saifuddeen Wael
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WALT:
We all know that in any sentence in English there is:
Write sentences with transitive and intransitive verbs.
Explanation
Write 5 sentences with transitive verbs.
Write another 5 sentences with intransitive verbs
Transitive and Intransitive verbs
Our topic is all about
Done by:
Introduction:
Differentiate between transitive and intransitive verbs.
Transitive verbs are basically:
Transitive Verbs
Whenever you see a verb and you want to identify it, you ask yourself 2 questions:
A quick tip
Today's homework is to:
the test tomorrow
Don't forget to study for
All:
Most:
Some:
SC:
SUBJECT + VERB

+ OBJECT
For example:
I read my book.
Study, Identify and label.
Identify the transitive and the intransitive verbs.
Study the importance of transitive and intransitive verbs.
Subject
Verb
But sometimes, the verb gets an:
Object
Subject
Verb
Object
Intransitive verbs are basically:
Intransitive Verbs
SUBJECT + VERB
I read loudly.
Adverb
For example:
Subject
Verb
8A
What?
How?
If you could answer both, then its a transitive verb.
If you could answer only how, or even non, then it's an intransitive verb.
Exercises:
1) The mailman delivered the letter next door.
2) The children played in the morning.
3) My grades improved with the help of a tutor.
Subject
Verb
Object
Transitive
Subject
Verb
Intransitive
Subject
Verb
Intransitive
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