Another Transitive / Intransitive verb pair that comes up a lot in parenting is 脱ぐ / 脱げる (ぬぐ / ぬげる), meaning to undress. Here are a few examples to illustrate their usage.
|水着||みずぎ||swimsuit / bathing suit|
|片方||かたほう||one of a pair|
As always, note the use of を in the transitive case.
Transitive – 脱ぐ (ぬぐ)
何で靴下を脱ぎましたか？ Why did you take off your socks?
水着を脱いでシャワーを浴びて下さい。Please take off your swimsuit and get in the shower.
玄関で靴を脱がなければなりません。 You must take off your shoes at the entrance.
Intransitive – 脱げる (ぬげる)
彼の片方の靴が脱げた。One of his shoes came off