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If a verb is followed by the object of the verb directly and immediately, then it is a transitive verb.  If the verb has an object for the action of the verb, then it is a transitive verb.

Intransitive verb does not have an object for the verb.  Intransitive verbs will have a preposition or another word in between the noun and verb.  It could be "to" or "at".

I told him the truth.      - transitive verb
I told the truth to him.

I said to him the truth.
I said the truth to him.

I gave a gift to her.    -- transitive verb
I gave her a gift.

I looked at him.    - intransitive.

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