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Direct Objects, Indirect Objects, Objective Complements Subject Complements ...

SUPPLEMENTARY HANDOUT -- DIRECT AND INDIRECT OBJECTS AND SUBJECT COMPLEMENTS page 2 of 5 Indirect Objects: An indirect object is a noun or pronoun that comes after an action verb and before a direct object. Its purpose is to name the person or thing that something is given to or

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Direct Objects o A direct object follows an action verb. (There may be more than one.) o It answers the questions “Whom?” or “What?” after the action verb. It completes the action of the verb and is always a noun or pronoun. o Example: Cindy ate a red apple. Tommy sang his song. Directions: Draw two lines under the action verb.

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Direct Objects o A direct object follows an action verb. (There may be more than one.) o It answers the questions “Whom?” or “What?” after the action verb. It completes the action of the verb and is always a noun or pronoun. o Example: Cindy ate a red apple. Tommy sang his song. Directions: Draw two lines under the action verb.

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Sentence Pattern Two: Subject–Verb–Direct Object (S-V-DO)

Sentence Pattern Two: Subject–Verb–Direct Object (S-V-DO) Sentence Pattern Two includes a subject plus an action verb plus a direct object. In this pattern, the su bject acts upon the direct object, or, to say it another way, the direct object is the noun or the pronoun that receives the action of the verb.

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Direct Object Nouns - teach-nology.com

Direct Object Nouns A direct object noun is a noun that receives the action of the verb. You can usually find the direct object by asking who or what the verb’s action happened to. In the following exercise, a verb is bold in each sentence. Find the direct object of the verb and underline it. 1. Matthew served cake to everyone. 2.

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Direct objects Worksheet - K5 Learning

Circle the direct object. There may be more than direct object. 1. The dog is throwing the ball in the park. 2. We ate so much cake. 3. Ryan and Melissa are buying a new house and a new car. 4. When we went to the store, my parents bought me some jeans. 5. For dinner, we are having steak and potatoes.

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Direct Object Nouns - teach-nology.com

Direct Object Nouns A direct object noun is a noun that receives the action of the verb. You can usually find the direct object by asking who or what the verb’s action happened to. In the following exercise, a verb is bold in each sentence. Find the direct object of the verb and underline it. 1. Matthew served cake to everyone. 2.

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Direct objects Worksheet - K5 Learning

Circle the direct object. There may be more than direct object. 1. The doctor wore plastic shoes. 2. The bedroom has two small beds and a chair. 3. Did you see the movie? 4. I watched television with my friends. 5. My family bought a new couch for the basement. 6. The recipe requires tomatoes and onions.

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Name Date The direct object tells what

action and circle the noun that receives the action. Mom cooked lasagna for dinner. Dad baked a pie. Mary washed the dishes. Joseph helped dry the dishes. Carl emptied the trash. To Do: Answer the questions below. Does this sentence have a direct object? Mom cooked quickly. Yes or No Why or why not? _____ The direct object tells what after the ...

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A noun clause as a: Subject Direct object Indirect object Subject complement ...

Correct use of noun clauses A noun clause can be put in many places in a sentence. We will look at the 5 most common ones. A noun clause can be a subject, a subject complement, a direct object, an indirect object a prepositional complement. A noun clause, as the name says, always works as a noun in the sentence, so as a person, animal or object.

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