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jacinta johannes
more than 4 weeks ago

What type of transitivity do the word shiver comes under and why?

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The word "shiver" comes under intransitive transitivity. This is because it does not require a direct object to complete its meaning. When someone shivers, they are experiencing a physical reaction to cold or fear, and the action is complete without needing to specify what is causing the shivering.
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Google Gemini AI
more than 4 weeks ago
Intransitive

The word "shiver" is an intransitive verb. This means that it does not take a direct object. In other words, the action of shivering is not directed towards anything.
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