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Transitive and Intransitive verbs

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Elizabeth Brathwaite

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Transitive and Intransitive verbs
Now, you have 30 minutes for the Raymond's Run analysis questions. Any questions you don't finish are homework.
Let's talk transitive and intransitive verbs
Transitive verbs are action verbs with DOs
I
put
the
cake
in the oven.
Yesterday, Julie
called

Kevin
for help with the homework.
My grandma
played
the
flute
as a girl.
The plant
drips

water
on the floor.
Let's start with the Raymond's Run pop quiz
Homework
ch 5 vocab due Monday.
Finish analysis questions for "Raymond's Run"
IXL level 8 D.1
Parts of verbs ws due tomorrow
finish pg 61 ex 2
Say whether the verb is transitive or intransitive
We
climbed
the mountain together.
I
slept
soundly last night.
The band
wins over
the audience.
Peter
reads
books quickly but carefully.
The children
drink
lemonade all summer.
I
put on
sweaters in the winter.
I
think
best in the shower.
The cat
takes
a nap on the porch.
Intransitive verbs are followed by adverbs or prepositional phrases.
What happens in your mind when you have mastered something?
Last night, my dog
ran

in the rain
.

I
eat

slowly
during dinner.

I
sneeze

violently
all winter.

Tommy
arrived

at school
on time.

Closing
Is the verb transitive or intransitive?
Put on
your tie for Mass.
pg 61 ex 2
Principal parts of verbs
Present, Past, Present participle, past participle
Present:
I talk with my friends.
Sam eats his dinner alone.

Past
: I folded the blanket
The robber stole $1,000,000.00
Past participle
is/was/were OR have/has/had+verb
The dog
has bitten
the girl.
The girls
have seen
the new movie.

Kyle
had done
his homework before he got home.

My arm
was broken
when I was 6.
The students
were shocked
by the test results.
Present participle
is/was/were+ verb with -ing
Sylvia
is working
on the project.

The boys
were waiting
for the bus.

Timmy
was painting
on the walls last night.


Is the verb present, past, past participle, or pres. participle
I
have hidden
the prize in the house.

Mark
is driving
to the store later.

The dog
barked
all day and night.

The team
has broken
the rules of the game.

Jane
pours
milk on her cereal.

I
was sleeping
when the phone
rang
.

Joe
watches
TV all the time.
pg 59 ex 1 and 2
Warm Up
If there is a word such as can, have, or is in front of the action verb, that word is called a auxiliary verb.
Next, let's talk about the central idea of Raymond's Run
Phrasal verbs
are when an action verb and preposition are joined to make a verb. They are transitive.
Some phrasal verbs: saddle up, call off, turn on, hang up, nail down, knock out, clear out, win over.
Tracy will
call off
the wedding.
Please
hang up
your coat.
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