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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
a. to come here
Laura, necesito que vengas aquí ahora. El techo está goteando y no sé qué hacer.Laura, I need you to come here now. The ceiling is leaking and I don't know what to do.
b. to come over here
Hijo, ya dejemos de pelear por tonterías. Ven aquí y dame un abrazo.Son, let's stop fighting over nonsense. Come over here and give me a hug.
c. to come in here
Andrés piensa que puede venir aquí y comenzar a darle órdenes a todo el mundo solo porque es el hijo del jefe.Andres thinks he can come in here and start giving orders to everyone just because he's the boss's son.
d. to get here
Te dije que la cena era a las 6:00 pm. ¿Por qué te tardaste tanto? - Porque vives en el medio de la nada y tengo que tomar tres autobuses y un tren para venir aquí.I told you dinner was at 6:00 pm. Why were you so late? - Because you live in the middle of nowhere, and I have to take two buses and a train to get here.
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