transitive verb form


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Noun1.transitive verb form - a verb (or verb construction) that requires an object in order to be grammatical
verb - the word class that serves as the predicate of a sentence
doubly transitive verb, doubly transitive verb form - a transitive verb that takes both a direct and an indirect object
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260) that the Hurrian verb ag- appears also in KBo XXXII 13 I 22, where the transitive verb form ag = i = b is given as Hittite sara dair "they took up.
Except in the subjunctive and imperative orders, Blackfoot transitive verb forms take person prefixes: ni(t)- '1', ki(t)- '2', 0- ~ o(t)- '3', (21) and 0- '1PL.
It is also the case with intransitive roots with the benefactive (38), even though ty- ~ t- is normally expected on transitive verb forms when there is an SAP object.