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“Intransitive verb: 1. To practice the art or sport of fencing.”
“Intransitive verbs yield verbal nouns in -u of an active significance.”
“The use of one or the other ending is determined by the transitivity of the verb: Intransitive verbs get the θ-participle and transitive verbs get the u-participle.”
“In your learned paper on the Rise of the Intransitive, you do not mention some of the predecessors of enjoy.”
“= Intransitive Pronominal Verbs = are of three kinds --”
“Intransitive Verbs made Pronominal from verbs ordinarily transitive”
“Verbs are divided into Auxiliary, Transitive and Intransitive.”
“The Spanish language abounds in Intransitive Pronominal verbs, i.e., verbs conjugated, same as the reflexive verbs, with a double pronoun = of the same person = all through, as --”
“Intransitive verbs express a state, as "to live," "to sleep," or an action that does not go beyond the doer, as "to go," "to walk.”
“Sometimes an Intransitive Verb takes an Accusative of Result which is of kindred etymology with the Verb.”
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