Category : 2nd Class
The verb which tells us the meaning of complete sentence without using any object is called intransitive Verb.
He plays. She sings.
In the above given examples there is no object. So they are intransitive.
The verb which always uses an object is called Transitive Verb.
He plays cricket. She sings a song.
In the above given examples there is object.
It is a helping verb which helps the main verb in the formation of tense, mood or voice.
He is reading a book. They are making noise.
Is, was, has, have, shall, will, can, could, need, should, are the examples of auxiliary verb.
The following table shows the verb in present, past and future:
Present: He comes here.
Past: He came here yesterday.
Future: He will come here tomorrow.
Which of the following is/are verb(s)?
(D) All of these
Is, are, read all are verb. Therefore, option (D) is correct and rest of the options is incorrect.
Which one of the following is a transitive?
(A) I read
(B) You talk
(C) He eats an apple
(D) None of these
'He eats an apple' is transitive because it has an object. Therefore, option (C) is correct and rest of the options is incorrect.
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