TRANSITIVE/INTRANSITIVE VERBS
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  • 1. Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
  • 2. LET’S HAVE FUN WITH Click
  • 3. Verbs
    • Transitive
    • Intransitive
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  • 4. Transitive Verbs
    • A transitive verb is followed by a word or words - called the direct object - that answer the question – what? Or whom?
    Example: The pilot landed the antique airplane. (Airplane is the direct object that answers the question landed what? After the verb landed.) Click to keep going
  • 5. Intransitive Verbs
    • Intransitive verbs are action verbs that do not have a
    • direct object.
    Example: The pilot landed carefully. (There is no direct object answering the question landed what? Or whom?) Click to keep going
  • 6. PRACTICE
    • Louis Bleriot f lew across the English Channel in 1909.
    • In 1910, Glenn H. Curtiss piloted his craft from Albany to New York City.
    • Airplane technology grew quickly.
    • In 1914, the First World War began.
    • Both sides in the war found new uses for airplanes.
    • The government counted 1,036 airports in the United States in 1927.
    • In the 1930’s, passengers used planes as an important means of transportation.
    • After the war, even the U.S. Postal Service realized its need for airplanes.
    • Jet engines generate more noise than propeller engines.
    • Nearby residents complain sometimes about the noise problem.
    Directions: Click Practice 1 Transitive Intransitive 1 9 10 8 7 3 5 6 4 6 7 8 9 10 2 4 2 3 5
  • 7. WAY TO GO… YOU’RE TERRIFFIC!! CLICK to go back to practice
  • 8. OOPS! CLICK THE BUTTON FOR A QUICK REVIEW. OR Click for review Click to go back to practice
  • 9. Transitive and Intransitive Verb Quiz Click for Quiz 