Read out the sentence.
Read the sentence out.
Read the sentence aloud.
Read aloud the sentence.
Bring the boy out.
Bring out the boy.
What exactly is the difference between these kinds of constructions?
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Tha actions verbs are transitive, which have direct objects and intransitive, which have an indirect object.
Rahul smoothed the bedspread out.
The bold part is an indirect object, and the actions verb is intransitive.
Leslie didn't have any money for a sandwich, so Smitty purchased her it.
The bold part= indirect object.
It= direct object.
Transitive verbs necessarily have a verb complement.