What is an intransitive complete verb?

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Feb 3, 2017

Answer:

An intransitive complete verb is a type of verb that does action but no one receives the action of the verb.

Explanation:

Intransitive verbs are verbs that do not transfer action to anyone or anything.

Classifications-

Two kinds of intransitive verbs-

(i) Linking Verbs
(ii) Intransitive Complete Verbs

Linking Verbs- Don't show any action. Simply link the subject with a noun or adjective.
Example- I (am) a teacher.

Intransitive Complete Verbs- They are complete without transferring their action to anyone or anything.
Example- Dogs (bark).

Source- http://www.english-grammar-revolution.com/diagramming-verbs.html