Transitive Verb in Active Voice






Transitive Verb in Active Voice :


A Transitive Verb, in the Active Voice, requires an Object in the Objective Case.

The noun or pronoun in the objective is said to be governed by the verb.

A participle of a Transitive verb, in the Active voice, requires an object in the objective case.

The boy, having eaten unripe fruit., became sick.

The Relative Pronoun, when in the objective case, generally precedes the verb by which it is governed.

The book which you see is mine.

Here WHICH is the object of the verb SEE and is placed before it.

The object of the verb is sometimes an infinitive mood or part of a sentonce, used as a noun.

“Boys love to play," God said, “Let there be light."







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