I. Inanimate Intransitive Verbs (VII)
Inanimate Intransitive Verbs are classified as such because they are 1) intransitive verbs (i.e. they do not take an object), and 2) the subject of the verb refers to an inanimate participant (or no participant at all). There are two main types of VII verb stems which will thus be subclassified as VII1 and VII2.
Impersonal VII Stems (VII1)
Regular VII Stems (VII2)