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    Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #8289
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    Verbes transitifs, intransitifs et mixtes


    a ) A  verb is called transitive when it can have an object

                                          + direct transitive verb,  meaning that it is followed by an object ( il lit un livre de Dickens= he reads What? A book )

                                          +  indirect transitive verb, it means that the complement is introduced by a preposition  ( il pense à sa maman, = He is thinking about whom? His Mum)


               b) If it cannot have any complement,  the verb is intransitive  ( il gémit Ø)


                c) Sometimes it can be both transitive and intransitive with a different meaning  , it is then called  Mixed


     In the following exercise, you must give the nature of the verb, you can try to make sentences with those verbs to find out their nature, good luck!


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    1. Manger

    2. briller

    3. fondre

    4. découvrir

    5. Obéir

    6. Abandonner

    7. s'emparer

    8. pencher

    9. pousser

    10. plaire

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