Spanish Intransitive Verbs  

Advanced Spanish Grammar Intransitive Verbs
Overview

Intransitive verbs express a state, as "to live," "to sleep," or an action that does not go beyond the doer, as "to go," "to walk."

The Spanish language abounds in Intransitive Pronominal verbs, i.e., verbs conjugated, same as the reflexive verbs, with a double pronoun of the same person all through, as:

Quejarse (to complain)

                Yo me quejo 
                tú te quejas 
                él se queja 
                nosotros nos quejamos  
                vosotros os quejáis 
                ellos se quejan


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