Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Worksheet

Last Updated: May 21, 2018

Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Worksheet

In this transitive and intransitive verbs worksheet, students have to write a “T” or “I” for transitive and intransitive verbs.

As you may know, transitive verbs act on an object. For example, in the sentence “he played the piano”, the verb “played” corresponds to the object “the piano”.

But for intransitive verbs, these types of verbs don’t relate to any objects. For example, in the sentence “she slept all day”, the verb “slept” doesn’t coincide with any type of object.

So let’s put these concepts into practice with this transitive and intransitive verbs worksheet. Is it a transitive verb (T) or intransitive verb (I)?

Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Worksheet Answer Key

1. When he arrived, nobody was there to greet him. (I)
2. I bought a bicycle so I can go to school faster. (T)
3. The boy laughed so much that milk came out of his nose. (I)
4. He reads books to help him fall asleep. (T)
5. Jim is sleeping so don’t be so loud. (I)
6. When I lie down, I like to sleep on my back. (I)
7. In order to catch up in class, she wrote an essay. (T)
8. The man sneezed so hard that he fell from his chair. (I)
9. She sat down patiently waiting for her homework. (I)
10. For about an hour, they passed the ball back and forth. (T)
11. The family turned off the light and went to sleep. (T)
12. We moved the tables next to each other. (T)
13. He puts on his winter boots because it’s so cold outside. (T)
14. They waited but nobody helped them find their room. (I)
15. The train stopped abruptly. (I)

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