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How To Spell intransitive?
How to Pronounce intransitive?
Correct pronunciation for the word "intransitive" is [ɪntɹˈansɪtˌɪv], [ɪntɹˈansɪtˌɪv], [ɪ_n_t_ɹ_ˈa_n_s_ɪ_t_ˌɪ_v].
What are the misspellings for intransitive?
"Intransitive" in context
An intransitive verb does not take a direct object. It does not require a noun to complete the action, but can exist in a sentence all by itself. An example of an intransitive verb is 'to walk'. It does not require a noun for its action to exist, as a person does not need to be 'walking something' to be walking. Other examples of intransitive verbs include 'to laugh', 'to swim', and 'to run'.
Usage over time for intransitive:
This graph shows how "intransitive" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.
- Correct spelling for intransitive [Infographic] | Spellchecker.net
- intransitive - English spelling dictionary
- Intransitive | Definition of intransitive by Merriam-Webster
- Intransitive definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary
- Intransitive | Definition of intransitive at Dictionary.com
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