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The S-TV-DO(Subject-Transitive Verb-Direct Object)

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Andrei Racelis

on 8 October 2012

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The S-TV-DO The Subject-Transitive Verb-Direct Object A Transitive verb has two characteristics. First, it is an action verb, expressing a doable activity like sing, run, eat, write, park, clean, etc. Second, it must have adirect object, something or someone who receives the action of the verb. Direct Object is a noun or pronoun that receives the action of a verb or shows the result of the action. It answers the question "What?" or "Whom?" after an action verb. An action verb with a direct object si called a Trasitive verb. Here are some examples of transitive verbs and their direct object. The martial arts coach kicked Johnny on his thigh. kicked - trasitive verb; Johnny - direct object EX. Jonathan wants something from Leony, his bestfriend for more than five years. wants - transitive verb; something - direct object EX. Amaya conquered the lands of the Lumad people. conquered - trasitive verb; lands - direct object EX. A. Arrange the words in an order to make sense (Subject + Transitive Verb + Direct Object). Filipinos patronize pirated DVDs. 1. Filipinos / pirated DVDs / patronize 2. Rovi / last month / this picture / painted Rovi painted this picture last month. 3. two / letters / I / this morning / wrote I wrote two letters this morning. B. Use the following verbs to construct sentences that shows S-TV-DO pattern. 1. introduce The teachers introduces the English book in the class. 2. display Mylene and Sarah diplay the vases they made on my shop. 3. made The baker made pancakes this morning. C. Label each sentence as to S-TV-DO. 1. Santino flew a kite an hour ago. (S) (TV) (DO) (TV) 2. They feed the playful cat with whiskas. (S) (DO) (S) 3. The elepants frightened the mice. (TV) (DO) D. Construct 3 sentences using the S-TV-DO pattern about the things you observed in the picture. (S) (TV) (DO) (S) (DO) (TV) (S) (TV) (DO) 1. The ladies organized the foods to serve easily. (S) (TV) (DO) 2. The students choose to eat at the cafeteria. (S) (TV) (DO) 3. They attached menus in front of the ordering section. (TV) (S) (DO) E. E. My thoughts: She loves purely. (TV) (DO) (S) She loved thee beyond immortality. (S) (TV) (DO) She will do everything for love. (S) (DO) (TV)
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