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Intransitive verbs are verbs that do not have an direct object.
For instance:
I threw the ball...has "the ball" as the direct objects that gets thrown. "throw" is a transitive verb in this sentence, NOT an intransitive verb.
I threw an intransitive verb...with nothing having something done to it.

Here are some examples of intransitive verbs:

  • "I ran."
  • "It's raining."
  • "My dog died."
  • "Water evaporates when it's hot."
  • "You've grown since I last saw you!"
Wikipedia has a great article about this:

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A verb has copular complementation when it is followed by a subject complement or a predication adjunct and when this element cannot be dropped without changing the meaning of the verb.
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Current: appear, be, feel, look, seem, smell, sound, taste.
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From S. Greenbaum and R. Quirk, A Student's Grammar of the English Language, Addison Wesley Longman Limited, Edinburgh gate, Harlow, Essesx 1990, Reprinted 1996

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