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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to pass inside)
a. to enter
Pepé escuchó un ruido así que entró al cuarto a revisar qué era.Pepe heard a noise so he entered the room to check what it was.
b. to go in
No entres a ese cuarto, Eugenia. No ves que el letrero dice "solo personal autorizado."Don't go in that room, Eugenia. Don't you see the sign says "authorized personnel only."
c. to go into
Mi jefe me pidió que entrara en su oficina porque me quería hablar de un tema importante.My boss asked me to go into his office because he wanted to talk to me about an important matter.
d. to come into
¡Aniel! ¡Entra a la casa ya mismo o estás castigado!Aniel! Come into the house right now or you're grounded!
2. (to become a member)
a. to join
Mi abuelo entró al ejército justo antes del inicio de la guerra de Vietnam.My grandfather joined the army right before the start of the Vietnam War.
3. (to begin at)
a. to start at
¿Cuál es tu horario de trabajo? - Pues usualmente entro a las 9:00 am y salgo a las 5:00 pm.What's your work schedule? - Well, I usually start at 9:00 am and get out at 5:00 pm.
b. to go in at
De lunes a jueves, coimenzo a trabajar a las 8:00 am, pero los viernes entro a las 10:00 am.Monday through Thursday, I get to the office at 8:00 am, but I go in at 10:00 am on Fridays.
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