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    • TDC 1Pedagogical GrammarTransitivity of Verbs
    • Transitivity of VerbsIdentify the subject and the predicate of the sentences below.a) They have disappeared.b) She made a mistake.c) We are late.d) Who brought Sheila a flower?e) They considered him guilty.
    • Transitivity of VerbsIdentify the subject and the predicate of the sentences below.a) They have disappeared. S Pb) She made a mistake. S Pc) We are late. S Pd) Who brought Sheila a flower? S Pe) They considered him guilty. S P
    • Transitivity of VerbsIn sentence a, what constitutes the predicate?a) They have disappeared. S P
    • Transitivity of VerbsIn sentence a, what constitutes the predicate?a) They have disappeared. S PThe predicate is constituted of a verb (havedisappeared) conjugated in the present perfectsimple.
    • Transitivity of Verbsa) They have disappeared. S PThe predicate is constituted of a verb conjugated inthe present perfect simple.In this sentence, the verb “to disappear” indicatesa complete action without being accompanied bya direct object.What is the name given to this type of verbs?
    • Transitivity of Verbsa) They have disappeared. S PIn this sentence, the verb “to disappear” indicatesa complete action without being accompanied bya direct object.What is the name given to this type of verbs?This type of verbs is calledINTRANSITIVE VERBS.
    • Transitivity of VerbsIn sentence b, what constitutes the predicate?b) She made a mistake. S P
    • Transitivity of VerbsIn sentence b, what constitutes the predicate?b) She made a mistake. S PThe predicate is constituted of a verb (made) and adirect object (a mistake).
    • Transitivity of Verbsb) She made a mistake. S PThe predicate is constituted of a verb and a directobject.In this sentence, the verb “to make” isaccompanied by a direct object.What is the name given to this type of verbs?
    • Transitivity of Verbsb) She made a mistake. S PIn this sentence, the verb “to make” isaccompanied by a direct object.What is the name given to this type of verbs?This type of verbs is called TRANSITIVEVERBS.
    • Transitivity of VerbsIn sentence c, what constitutes the predicate? c) We are late. S P
    • Transitivity of VerbsIn sentence c, what constitutes the predicate? c) We are late. S PThe predicate is constituted of a verb (are) and anadjective (late) working as a subject complement.
    • Transitivity of Verbs c) We are late. S PThe predicate is constituted of a verb and anadjective working as a subject complement.In this sentence, the verb “to be” serves as a linkbetween the subject and its complement.What is the name given to this type of verbs?
    • Transitivity of Verbs c) We are late. S PIn this sentence, the verb “to be” serves as a linkbetween the subject and its complement.What is the name given to this type of verbs?This type of verbs is called LINKING VERBS.
    • Transitivity of VerbsIn sentence d, what constitutes the predicate? d) Who brought Sheila a flower. S P
    • Transitivity of VerbsIn sentence d, what constitutes the predicate? d) Who brought Sheila a flower. S PThe predicate is constituted of a verb (brought), anindirect object (Sheila) and a direct object (aflower).
    • Transitivity of Verbs d) Who brought Sheila a flower. S PThe predicate is constituted of a verb, an indirectobject and a direct object.In this sentence, the verb “to bring” isaccompanied by both a direct and na indirectobject.What is the name given to this type of verbs?
    • Transitivity of Verbs d) Who brought Sheila a flower. S PIn this sentence, the verb “to bring” isaccompanied by both a direct and na indirectobject.What is the name given to this type of verbs?This type of verbs is called DI-TRANSITIVEVERBS.
    • Transitivity of VerbsIn sentence e, what constitutes the predicate? e) They considered him guilty. S P
    • Transitivity of VerbsIn sentence e, what constitutes the predicate? e) They considered him guilty. S PThe predicate is constituted of a verb (considered),a direct object (him) and an adjective (guilty)working as an object complement.
    • Transitivity of Verbs e) They considered him guilty. S PThe predicate is constituted of a verb, a directobject and an adjective working as an objectcomplement.In this sentence, the verb “to consider” isaccompanied by a direct object and an objectcomplement (a word or phrase that sayssomething about the direct object).What is the name given to this type of verbs?
    • Transitivity of Verbs e) They considered him guilty. S PIn this sentence, the verb “to consider” isaccompanied by a direct object and an objectcomplement (a word or phrase that says somethingabout the direct object).What is the name given to this type of verbs?This type of verbs is called COMPLEX-TRANSITIVE VERBS.
    • Transitivity of Verbs These are the types of verbs in English: 1. Intransitive Verbs 2. Transitive Verbs 3. Linking Verbs 4. Di-transitive Verbs 5. Complex-transitive Verbs
    • Transitivity of VerbsIn order to revise, match the types of verbs with theircorresponding definitions.Types of Verbs Definitions1) Intransitive Verbs _____ a verb accompanied by a direct object _____ a verb accompanied by a direct object and an2) Transitive Verbs object complement (a word or phrase that says something about the direct object) _____ a verb accompanied by both a direct and an3) Linking Verbs indirect object _____ a verb indicating a complete action without4) Di-Transitive Verbs being accompanied by a direct object5) Complex-Transitive _____ a verb serving as a link or establishing an identity Verbs between a subject and its complement
    • Transitivity of VerbsMatch the types of verbs with their corresponding definitions.Types of Verbs Definitions1) Intransitive Verbs _____ a verb accompanied by a direct object 2 _____ a verb accompanied by a direct object and an 52) Transitive Verbs object complement (a word or phrase that says something about the direct object) _____ a verb accompanied by both a direct and an 43) Linking Verbs indirect object _____ a verb indicating a complete action without 14) Di-Transitive Verbs being accompanied by a direct object5) Complex-Transitive _____ a verb serving as a link or establishing an identity 3 Verbs between a subject and its complement
    • Transitivity of Verbs - TroublesomePointsHow can the underlined verbs in the sentences below beclassified?1) I’ll think about the problem.2) She thinks that her boyfriend is seeing someone else.3) I promise to think over the suggestions you’ve givenme.
    • Transitivity of Verbs - TroublesomePointsHow can the underlined verbs in the sentences below beclassified?1) I’ll think about the problem.In this sentence, the verb ‘to think’ is intransitive. The phrase‘about the problem’ is a prrepositional phrase, and prepositionalphrases can never work as direct objects.2) She thinks that her boyfriend is seeing someone else.In this sentence, the verb ‘to think’ is transitive. The clause ‘thather boyfriend is...’ is a noun clause working as a direct object.3) I promise to think over the suggestions you’ve givenme. we have the phrasal verb ‘to think over’, which means ‘toHere,consider’. It is a transitive verb accompanied by the direct object‘the suggestions...’.