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Transitive verbs are action verbs that have an object to receive that action. In the first sentence above, the direct object ball received the action of the verb hit.
ex:  I moved the chair.
       I baked some cookies.

Intransitive verbs are action verbs but unlike transitive verbs, they do not have an object receiving the action. Notice there are no words after the verb sang.
I cried.
I laughed.
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Verbs usually need an object to complete their meaning.verbs that have an object to receive their action are called transitive verb.
ex-dad cooked dinner tonight.
here the action of cooked is received by the object dinner. hence,the verb is this sentence is a transitive verb. we can identify the object by asking the question "what?" after the verb.

sometimes a verb may not require an object to complete its meaning.such verbs are called intransitive verbs.
ex-dad cooked tonight.
here, there is no object to receive the action of cooked.the action stops with the subject(dad). 
NOTE-the words that follow an intransitive verb to complete its meaning are collectively called the complement of the verb.
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