Intransitive verbs do not take a direct object or complement.

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Parallelism in a sentence regarding transitive verbs, gerunds, and objects

I'm trying to write this sentence, but something doesn't seem right: Walloopp.com is the place to discover, collaborate, and create what's next. The first two are just options for actions on the ...
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Is there an intransitive verb with a passive meaning in English?

Is there an intransitive verb with a passive meaning in English? More than one example is also welcome.
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Is “live + distance” form correct grammar?

I think "live" in the example sentences below is an intransitive verb. But nouns are followed after "live" and it gets me confused. "Andrew lives a couple blocks away from Grandpa" "He lives three ...
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Passive version of “process” (verb)

The context is programming, if you're wondering. It's pretty straightforward to tell a Processor to Process something, but I wonder what you would tell the Processee. Is there some verb that means ...
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Translates to vs translates as

The call it “Amba,” which literally translates as “tiger” in the local dialect. They call it “Amba,” which literally translates to “tiger” in the local dialect. I see “translates to” and ...