I'm no linguist, grammarian and not even an english speaker, please bear with me. I'm looking for a quick way to identify transitive vs intransitive constructs, for example, in the sentence
"the plant has buried leaves"
even on google NLP, is incorrectly identified as transitive direct with action, where the plant decided to bury its leaves, just like an ostrich would with its head.
Is there a simple Mnemotechnic way to correctly associate 'bury' as a verb-adjective to 'leaves' or is it a real semantics issue that grammar/syntax can not solve?