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Verb Forms: lie/lay, sit/set, rise/raise. From the UWF Writing Lab’s 101 Grammar Mini-Lesson Series Mini-Lesson #99. A transitive verb has an object. An intransitive verb does not. Transitive Verbs Set – to put or place something. Set, Sets, Setting, Set, (has/have/had) Set

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Verb forms lie lay sit set rise raise

Verb Forms: lie/lay, sit/set, rise/raise

From the UWF Writing Lab’s 101 Grammar Mini-Lesson Series

Mini-Lesson #99


A transitive verb has an object an intransitive verb does not
A transitive verb has an object. An intransitive verb does not.

  • Transitive Verbs

    • Set – to put or place something.

      • Set, Sets, Setting, Set, (has/have/had) Set

    • Raise – to lift up

      • Raise, Raises, Raising, Raised, (has/have/had) Raised

    • Lay – to put or place something

      • Lay, Lays, Laying, Laid (has/have/had) Laid

  • Intransitive Verbs

    • Sit – to be seated, or in a resting position

      • Sit, Sits, Sitting, Sat, (has/have/had) Sat

    • Rise – to go up

      • Rise, Rises, rising, Rose, (has/have/had) Risen

    • Lie – to rest or recline

      • Lie, Lies, Lying, Lay, (has/have/had) Lain


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