Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles This is everyday grammar. I'm Alice Bryant. I hope you like grammar games because we are going to play one right now. Here's how it works. I'll give you a sentence and you can decide if a word is missing. Take a look, something missing. I won't say the answer yet. Let's look at another Well, what do you think? Yes, I just used to In transitive verbs, go and arrive. Intransitive verbs are verbs that help answer the question when, where, how or why. So they are often followed by propositions or adverbs. Look at the example again. He arrives class late every day. The missing word here is to, ah, Proposition and to class answers the question Where now look closely at the other example. I am going the morning. The missing word here is en also a proposition and in the morning answers the question when, with intransitive verbs, there is no who or what. No person or thing receiving the action of the verb. Being able to identify in transitive verbs will help you form sentences better and help you avoid speaking and writing errors. And that's every day.