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raise and rise

April 12, 2017
Keerthi
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The verbs "raise" and "rise" both refer to something going 'up'. The main difference between them is that "raise" is transitive (it must have a direct object) and "rise" is intransitive (no direct object).
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The bird has a display flight of steep flapping rise. He wants some perks and a raise? Rise and Rise until you stop._Swami Vivekananda. Which one is transitive? (which takes a direct object) Which is intrasitive? No English word.. never follows a single rule.
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raise and rise
The verbs "raise" and "rise" both refer to something going 'up'. The main difference between them is that "raise" is transitive (it must have a direct object) and "rise" is intransitive (no direct object).

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