Transitive / intransitive verb Quiz
Some of the following verbs are usually transitive, meaning they mostly take a direct object to complete their meaning. The rest of the following verbs are usually intransitive, meaning they usually do not take a direct object. Some verbs may belong under both categories, and have similar or very different meanings. Look at the following sentences. If both sentences in a pair are correct but there is a big meaning change, the answer should be "no" in the fourth column. N/A stands for "not applicable". Click the dropdown menus to see the answers.

Right or Wrong? TransitiveIntransitive Both, small meaning change
I agree you. / I agree with you.
I searched him. / I searched for him.
I left Canada. / I left for Canada.
Discuss the idea. / Discuss about the idea.
Listen the song. / Listen to the song.
Join us. / Join with us.
She is expecting you. / She is expecting.
Apply the theory. / Apply for the job.
He ran the shop. / He ran to the shop.
He answered you. / He answered to you.
I shine my own shoes. / The sun is shining.