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How can i easily differentiate between a transitive and an intransitive verb? Are there any set of rule that set them apart or is it solely based upon the context of the sentence?

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InchoateknowledgeI started learning English from scratch, without any previous knowledge, three years ago.
I have never met any English teacher, only books and net.

Hi Inchoateknowledge

I would like to congratulate you. You have learned a surprising lot of English in just three years. I get the impression from your posts that yours is a very 'scientific' approach to the language, if I may use that word. I am often baffled by your terminology, but that may be due to my disliking grammatical terms in general. They are used in such a conflicting way, especially in English, which is of course understandable as English is a world language.

I wish you a lot of success in your language acquisition efforts,
CB
Thank you Cool Breeze.

I am a physicist by profession and maybe this is the reason why I (like to) complicate things Emotion: smile
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Inchoateknowledge...I am a physicist by profession...

Ah! Hence your special interest in particles...

MrP
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