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Difference between transitive and intransitive verb
A verb can be used both ways as transitive as well as intransitive.
If, in a sentence, the action passes over from the subject to the object, the form of the verb is transitive. You will see some objects after the verb.

Example;
He went to his house.
He bought a pen.
I wrote the answer sheet.

If, in a sentence, the action does not pass over to the object, or it is a state of being; then the form of the verb is intransitive. Sometimes you will not see anything after the verb.

Example; 
He ran.
My sister cried.
He left.
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