Definition of Transitive Verbs:
A finite verb that demands a direct object is called a transitive verb.
Examples of Transitive Verb:
- Albert was making an umbrella.
- When he came here, I was having my brunch.
- After coming here, he prepared lunch for us.
- I could not do it since I caught a cold last night.
- I bought some medicine yesterday but did not take them without doctor’s confirmation.
- Albert gave me some chocolate on that day.
- He did not show me the chocolate until I begged him to do so.
- I could not believe that he could bring chocolates for me.
- I offered him some juice when he arrived home.
- Though he offended my feelings, I feel sorry for him.
- Leave me a message if you don’t find me here.
- I have invented a method to cool the nerve.
- We discovered that place.
- I wish you a very successful married life for life.
- It cost me two thousand bucks.
- I love you as much as Romeo loved Juliet.
- Samantha borrowed some money from me last year.
- I lent her money since she was in great need.
- My chickens are laying eggs now.
- Raise your hands if you want to help us with this project.
- They helped us to build our new home and we are grateful for it.
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