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There are specific verbs that require a direct object. These verbs, called  transitive verbs,  sound  incomplete if you try to use them without a direct object. If you say “he brings,” it is technically a  sentence but sounds incomplete because the transitive verb “brings” requires a direct object. You  can't help but think, “he brings what?” Here are transitive verbs that are commonly used when 
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