Transitive & Intransitive Verb Worksheet with Answers PDF
A transitive verb is a verb that expresses an action directed toward a person, place, or thing. The action expressed by a transitive verb passes from the doer (the subject) to the receiver (the object) of the action.
Suddenly, we spotted a solitary eagle overhead. [The action of the verb spotted is directed toward the eagle.]
An intransitive verb expresses an action (or tells something about the subject) without the action passing to a receiver, or object.
The eagle soared above. [The action of the verb soared does not pass to an object.]
Following worksheets are suitable for 5th, ,6th, 7th & 8th grade students.