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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. (used to give directions)
a. to go straight
En el siguiente semáforo siga derecho.Go straight at the next light.
b. to keep going straight
No gire en ningún momento, siga siempre derecho y se encontrará de frente con la Torre Eiffel.Don't turn. Just keep going straight and you'll find the Eiffel Tower right in front of you.
c. to keep going straight ahead
Cuando llegue al siguiente cruce, siga derecho. Verá el banco a su izquierda.When you get to the next intersection, keep going straight ahead. You'll see the bank on your left.
d. to continue straight
El navegador decía, "Gire a la izquierda y siga derecho cien metros hasta su destino".The satnav said, "Turn left and continue straight a hundred meters to reach your destination."
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