tis VERY late right now, but I’m here worrying over how these darn things work. I KINDA understand it, that’s the good thing! I have it written sloppily in my notes as
transitive verb = to [verb] something, something that is done to something
to raise something (ageru) - please raise the box (please raise the what? the box)
to lower something (sageru)
intransitive verb = to [verb], something that is just done
to rise (agaru) - the sun is rising
to get lower/to fall (sagaru)
is this… accurate? I’m not exactly worried about patterns and how to find transitive/intransitive yet, but there is one thing… Why is ‘to exit’ [出る] intransitive? Is there something I don’t get? You CAN exit something, like ‘He exits’ and ‘He exits the room’. Is it technically used for both?