Verbs that take objects are called transitive verbs , and those that normally do not take an object are intransitive verbs (but note that an intransitive verb may be used transitively in non-standard speech or writing). Some common transitive verbs are : tell, give, show, eat, buy, take , and see . Some verbs can be both transitive and intransitive: Tell a story (transitive), and Time will tell (intransitive). Verbs like sleep, walk, rest, come, and go are nearly always intransitive. The most common verb of all, to be , is intransitive in all of its forms: am, are, is, was, were, and been .
Grumman received a contract for the conversion of 32 S-2T Trackers (from 25 S-2Es and 7 S-2Gs) in service with the Republic of China Air Force in the late 1980s. Only 27 were ultimately converted due to a shortage of parts supplied by Grumman resulting in the use of remaining conversion kits as spare parts. The 27 S-2Ts were transferred to the ROC Navy Aviation Command on 1 July 1999 and while the ROCN continues to operate the type, less than half of the fleet is in operational condition, will be replaced by 12 rebuilt P-3C from the . Navy. [ citation needed ] On 2 July 2013, the rest of 11 S-2Ts were transferred back to ROC Air Force. [ citation needed ]
Your local centre will make the application for you to sit the exam. You will need to go to the centre in person with proof of identity (for example current passport or driving licence) and the appropriate fees. The exam board requires a fee (approx £30 for GCSE ’s) but the local centre may require an additional admin. fee (this will vary between exam centres). The information required by the exam centre/exam board may vary between exam boards. I would recommend contacting your local exam centre to check the requirements before you go to the centre. In addition there are closing dates for entries to all exams. I will be contacting my local centre at least 6 months before my exam date.