Raise is a transitive verb, or one in which the action passes over to an object.
The transitive verb has no subject; the noun nothing to govern it.
The active voice is that form of a transitive verb which makes the subject and the agent the same word.
Lay, which is a transitive verb, should not be confused with lie.
This word completing a transitive verb is sometimes called a factitive object, or second object, but it is a true complement.
Dr. Murray gives other instances of blow as a transitive verb.
Write all the time forms of the transitive verb, lose, as the time forms of the verb see are written in the foregoing table.
Imbody, ordinarily used as a transitive verb, is here intransitive.
Write fifteen sentences, each containing a transitive verb and its direct object ( 99100).
A transitive verb has two forms or voices, the active and the passive.
Note: Some verbs can be transitive in one sentence and intransitive in another: turned is transitive in “Brenda turned the wheel sharply” but intransitive in “Fred turned when I called.”