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Q: The old man watched as the children snuck across his field. a.transitive b.intransitive
A: The old man watched as the children snuck across his field. The verb is intransitive.
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User: The old man watched as the children snuck across his field. a.transitive b.intransitive

Weegy: The old man watched as the children snuck across his field. The verb is intransitive.
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User: Sammy watched television all night. a.transitive b.intransitive

Weegy: Sammy watched television all night. The verb is transitive.
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