Intransitive verbs: In grammar, an intransitive verb does not allow a direct object.
Example: The fees of $10K was used to pay my son's school fee ; when converting this to an intransitive verb, using the verb "totals/totalling", it will become:
The fees totalling to $10K was used to pay my son's school fee. I understand totalling is an intransitive verb and I think $10K acts as an object there, if so, isnt that it contradicts with the grammar rules, that is intransitive verb cannot be followed by an object. Question: isn't that the $100K is an object?