Bob whispers on a regular basis.
Jane was the prettiest woman in class.
A verb that takes a topic and an object known as a transitive verb. In these sentences, one thing receives the motion. Typically the doer of the motion is omitted from the sentence, but it surely nonetheless counts as a transitive verb. Examples:
Frank eats ice cream.
Sally kicked the ball.
The ball was kicked.
Some verbs can take a topic and two objects. These are referred to as ditransitive verbs. Instance:
Jane offers the canine a deal with.