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Can I say,

(a) He parked his car in front of his house.

(b) His car is parked / His car parked at the house.

(c) He parked in front of the house.
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Vincent TeoCan I say, (a) He parked his car in front of his house. (b) His car is parked / His car parked at the house. (c) He parked in front of the house.
(a) Correct

(b) The second choice is incorrect because the car cannot park itself.

(c) Correct.
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Both. Transitive to say what you're parking, or intransitive to simply mean that you parked something.
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Thanks, but

(c)He parked in front of the house. (Isn't "parked" is transitive word?)
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