Transitive And Intransitive Verbs Worksheet For Class 7 CBSE

Read the following sentences and state whether the verbs are transitive or intransitive.

1. The peon rang the bell.

2. I heard a loud cry.

3. She recognised him at once.

4. You have never helped me.

5. It rained heavily.

6. She was reading a story.

7. I don’t like oysters.

8. The child cried loudly.

9. We roamed around the city.

10. I heard them talk.

11. My father cooks delicious soups.

12. My mother works at a bank.

Answers

1. The peon rang the bell. (Transitive; object – the bell)

2. I heard a loud cry. (Transitive; object – a loud cry)

3. She recognised him at once. (Transitive; object – him)

4. You have never helped me. (Transitive; object – no)

5. It rained heavily. (Intransitive; no object)

6. She was reading a story. (Transitive; object – a story)

7. I don’t like oysters. (Transitive; object – oysters)

8. The child cried loudly. (Intransitive; no object)

9. We roamed around the city. (Intransitive; no object)

10. I heard them talk. (Transitive; object – them)

11. My father cooks delicious soups. (Transitive; object – delicious soups)

12. My mother works at a bank. (Intransitive – no object)

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3 Responses

  1. NO NAME says:

    KYA BAKWAS ENGLISH HAI MY MOTHER WORKS AT A BANK INTRANSITIVE KYU HOGA JAB BANK EK OBJECT HAI AUR WORKS VERB HAI

    • Manjusha says:

      It is intransitive because here bank is the object of the preposition at. It is not the object of the verb works.

  2. Darsh says:

    Not so nice actually it was awful.

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