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In Italian it is important to distinguish between two categories of verbs based on their relationship with the subject and the other elements of the clause: transitive and intransitive verbs.
Transitive verbs (verbi transitivi in italiano) are used as follows:
Transitive verbs are those verbs that take a direct object (complemento oggetto).
Transitive verbs are not always followed by a direct object. Sometimes the direct object can be omitted because it is implicit
E.g. Laura legge (Laura reads)
Luca suona (Luca plays)
Here you can find a list of the main transitive verbs in Italian:
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Intransitive verbs (verbi intransitivi in italiano) are used as follows:
Intransitive verbs are those verbs that cannot take a direct object (complemento oggetto).
Here is a list of the main intransitive verbs in Italian:
There are some verbs that can be both transitive and intransitive based on the context in which they occur.
Here is a list of some verbs that can be both transitive and intransitive:
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