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An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to tell how to arrive)
a. dando indicaciones
The lady was giving directions to her friend and all of the sudden she fainted.La señorita estaba dando indicaciones a su amiga y de repente se desmayó.
b. dar indicaciones
I don't like giving directions to random people on the street.A mí no me gusta dar indicaciones a la gente al azar en la calle.
2. (to give instuctions)
a. dando instrucciones
Kallie was giving directions to her students, but Marcus entered the classroom and interrupted her.Kallie estaba dando instrucciones a sus alumnos, pero Marcus entró al aula y la interrumpió.
b. dar instrucciones
Mr. Oso doesn't like giving directions to his students more than twice.Al Sr. Oso no le gusta dar instrucciones a sus estudiantes más de dos veces.
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