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    What type of verb is the underlined word in the sentence? The clown entertained the child. A. intransitive B. transitive

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    is A the answer

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    An action verb with a direct object is transitive while an action verb with no direct object is intransitive. Some verbs, such as arrive, go, lie, sneeze, sit, and die, are always intransitive; it is impossible for a direct object to follow ~~~~~

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    does it have a direct object ??

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