Action transitive intransitive verbs

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Action transitive intransitive verbs

  1. 1. VERBS
  2. 2. ACTION VERBS • AN ACTION VERB IS A WORD THAT EXPRESSES ACTION. AN ACTION VERB MAY BE MADE UP OF MORE THAN ONE WORD. • THE DIRECTOR SHOUTS AT THE MEMBERS OF THE CAST. • THE LIGHTS ARE FLASHING ABOVE THE STAGE.
  3. 3. ACTION VERBS • ACTION VERBS CAN EXPRESS PHYSICAL ACTIONS, SUCH AS SHOUT AND ARRIVE. THEY CAN ALSO EXPRESS MENTAL ACTIVITIES, SUCH AS MEMORIZE AND FORGET. • HAVE, HAS, AND HAD ARE OFTEN USED BEFORE OTHER VERBS. THEY CAN ALSO BE USED AS ACTION VERBS WHEN THEY TELL THAT THE SUBJECT OWNS OR HOLDS SOMETHING.
  4. 4. ACTION VERBS • THE ACTORS ALREADY HAVE THEIR COSTUMES. • THE DIRECTOR HAS A SCRIPT IN HER BACK POCKET.
  5. 5. IDENTIFYING ACTION VERBS • WRITE THE ACTION VERBS • 1. MOM AND DAD PLAY GOLF ON SATURDAY. • 2. SIX JUICY HAMBURGERS SIZZLED ON THE GRILL. • 3. THE WORKERS CLEANED THE POOL LAST WEEK. • 4. DAVID HAD SCORED TWELVE POINTS. • 5. OUR NEIGHBORS HAVE A NEW CAR.
  6. 6. IDENTIFYING ACTION VERBS • 1. MOM AND DAD PLAY GOLF ON SATURDAY. • 2. SIX JUICY HAMBURGERS SIZZLED ON THE GRILL. • 3. THE WORKERS CLEANED THE POOL LAST WEEK. • 4. DAVID HAD SCORED TWELVE POINTS. • 5. OUR NEIGHBORS HAVE A NEW CAR.
  7. 7. IDENTIFYING ACTION VERBS • 6. THE CEREMONY BEGAN AT TWO O’CLOCK. • 7. THE CAFETERIA PREPARES LUNCH FOR THE ENTIRE SCHOOL. • 8. SERENA HAS READ THIRTY BOOKS THIS YEAR. • 9. THE ICY RAIN BLEW THROUGH THE OPEN WINDOW. • 10. JOSH AND HIS SISTER ARE ARRANGING THE FLOWERS.
  8. 8. IDENTIFYING ACTION VERBS • 6. THE CEREMONY BEGAN AT TWO O’CLOCK. • 7. THE CAFETERIA PREPARES LUNCH FOR THE ENTIRE SCHOOL. • 8. SERENA HAS READ THIRTY BOOKS THIS YEAR. • 9. THE ICY RAIN BLEW THROUGH THE OPEN WINDOW. • 10. JOSH AND HIS SISTER ARE ARRANGING THE FLOWERS.
  9. 9. TRANSITIVE AND INTRANSITIVE VERBS • A DIRECT OBJECT RECEIVES THE ACTION OF A VERB. IT ANSWERS THE QUESTION WHOM? OR WHAT? AFTER AN ACTION VERB. • THE ACTOR REHEARSED HIS LINES FROM THE PLAY. • WE SAW MAURICE AND INEZ IN THE AUDIENCE.
  10. 10. TRANSITIVE AND INTRANSITIVE VERBS • A TRANSITIVE VERB HAS A DIRECT OBJECT • AN INTRANSITIVE VERB DOES NOT HAVE A DIRECT OBJECT. • THE AUDIENCE APPLAUDS THE ACTORS (TRANSITIVE) • THE AUDIENCE APPLAUDS LOUDLY. (INTRANSITIVE)
  11. 11. RECOGNIZING TRANSITIVE AND INTRANSITIVE VERBS • WRITE THE ACTION VERB. THEN WRITE VT IF THE VERB IS TRANSITIVE OR VI IF THE VERB IS INTRANSITIVE. IF THE VERB IS TRANSITIVE, WRITE THE DIRECT OBJECT OR OBJECTS. • 1. A TRANSITIVE VERB HAS A DIRECT OBJECT. • 2. JASON FORGOT HIS HOMEWORK. • 3. THREE PLASTIC DEER STOOD IN THE GARDEN. • 4. HORATIO ACHIEVED HIS SUCCESS WITH HARD WORK AND LUCK.
  12. 12. RECOGNIZING TRANSITIVE AND INTRANSITIVE VERBS • 1. HAS, T, OBJECT • 2. FORGOT, T, HOMEWORK • 3. STOOD, I • 4. ACHIEVED, T, SUCCESS
  13. 13. RECOGNIZING TRANSITIVE AND INTRANSITIVE VERBS • 5. THE STONE GOOSE WORE A BRIGHT YELLOW RAINCOAT. • 6. THE PORPOISES JUMP THROUGH HOOPS. • 7. THE HIGH SCHOOL DRAMA CLUB PERFORMED THE PLAY FOR THE MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS. • 8. THE BABY CRIED LOUDLY FROM HER CRIB IN THE NEXT ROOM. • 9. JACKIE ORDERED A VANILLA SHAKE AND A HOT DOG WITH MUSTARD. • 10. LITTLE MISS MUFFET SAT ON A TUFFET.
  14. 14. RECOGNIZING TRANSITIVE AND INTRANSITIVE VERBS • 5. WORE, T, RAINCOAT • 6. JUMP, I • 7. PERFORMED, T, PLAY • 8. CRIED, I • 9. ORDERED, T, SHAKE, HOT DOG • 10. SAT, I
  15. 15. The quarterback threw the winning touchdown for the team. 1. Copy the sentence. 2. Identify the action verb. 3. Tell if it is transitive or intransitive. 4. If it is transitive, identify the direct object.

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