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Feb
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comment Why is “listen” always followed by “to” in the command voice?
@Reg: OP's example isn't intransitive in all definitions, either.
Feb
16
comment Why is “listen” always followed by “to” in the command voice?
Other intransitive verbs that require a preposition: go (to), arrive (at), lie (on), sit (on), run (to). You can't "go the store" either.
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answered Is “this Monday” or “next Monday” the correct way to refer to the very next Monday in the future?
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revised What is the etymology and meaning of “fill your boots”?
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answered What is the etymology and meaning of “fill your boots”?