This article is about significant to note that there is an inner division in both action verbs and the verbs of existence, the division which is stipulated by, as it is called in grammar, the transitivity and intransitivity.
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Najmiddinov, Jobir and Bahodirov, Arifjon
"TRANSITIVE AND INTRANSITIVE VERBS IN ENGLISH, UZBEK AND RUSSIAN
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