Chapter 2-2-2: Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
Verbs that take objects are known as transitive verbs. Verbs not followed by objects are called intransitive verbs.
Transitive verbs require an object:
Jack opened the door.
Intransitive verbs don't take an object:
Some verbs can be either transitive verbs or intransitive verbs, depending on the context:
Jack visited us.
I hope the Senators win the next game.
No Direct Object
Did we win?