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Determine whether the underlined verb in the sentence below is transitive or intransitive. They cringed in fear. a. Transitive b. Intransitive
They cringed in fear. The verb "cringe" is an INTRANSITIVE verb.
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They cringed in fear.
The verb "cringe" is an INTRANSITIVE verb.
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