Transitive Verbs vs. Intransitive Verbs | Grammar Worksheet For Classes 6 And 7

State whether the verb is used transitively or intransitively in the following sentences.

1. The wind is blowing fiercely.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

2. The child slept soundly.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

3. Somebody knocked at the door.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

4. A dark fear appeared in the hallway.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

5. He answered the question.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

6. I have learned my mistakes.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

7. The woman went to the market.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

8. We will not tolerate injustice.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

9. I like hiking.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

10. I asked her out.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

11. I visited my parents last week.

(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

12. You didn’t eat anything.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

13. She sat on the couch.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

14. The children laughed aloud.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

15. We have won the match.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

16. She should find a job.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

17. We should visit them one of these days.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

18. We can’t wait any longer.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

19. She was anxious.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

20. It is snowing.
(Transitive/Intransitive; Verb: _________________; Object: ________________)

Answers

1. The wind is blowing fiercely. (Intransitive verb – is blowing; no object)

2. The child slept soundly. (Intransitive verb – slept; no object)

3. Somebody knocked at the door. (Intransitive verb – knocked; no object)

4. A dark figure appeared in the hallway. (Intransitive verb – appeared; no object)

5. He answered the question. (Transitive verb – answered; object – the question)

6. I have learned my mistakes. (Transitive verb – have learned; object – mistakes)

7. The woman went to the market. (Intransitive verb – went; no object)

8. We will not tolerate injustice. (Transitive verb – will not tolerate; object – injustice)

9. I like hiking. (Transitive verb – like; object – hiking)

10. I asked her out. (Transitive verb – asked; object – her)

11. I visited my parents last week. (Transitive verb – visited; object – my parents)

12. You didn’t eat anything. (Transitive verb – eat; object – anything)

13. She sat on the couch. (Intransitive verb – sat; no object)

14. The children laughed aloud. (Intransitive verb – laughed; no object)

15. We have won the match. (Transitive verb – have won; object – the match)

16. She should find a job. (Transitive verb – find; object – a job)

17. We should visit them one of these days. (Transitive verb – visit; object – them)

18. We can’t wait any longer. (Intransitive verb wait; no object)

19. She was anxious. (Intransitive verb – was; no object)

20. It is snowing. (Intransitive verb – is; no object)

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