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Traditional grammar defines the object in a sentence as the entity that is acted upon by the ... Various object types are commonly acknowledged: direct, indirect, and prepositional. These object types are illustrated in the following table: ...

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A direct object will follow a transitive verb [a type of action verb]. Direct objects can be nouns, pronouns, phrases, or clauses. If you can identify the subject and ...

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A direct object receives the action performed by the subject. The verb used with a direct object is always an action verb. Another way of saying it is that the ...

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How to Find the Direct Object of a Sentence. You can find the direct object by finding the verb and asking what? (or whom?). For example: She fed the cat.

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Learn more about direct objects. Our lessons offer detailed explanations along with exercises to test your knowledge.

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A direct object receives the action of the verb. In other words, it is the thing being acted upon. Only action verbs ... Related Links: Examples · Grammar Examples ...

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Inside the Predicate. FORM AND FUNCTION PAGE 5/9. Now we will look inside the Predicate, and assign functions to its constituents. Recall that the Predicate ...

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A subject is the noun phrase that drives the action of a sentence; in the sentence “Jake ate cereal,” Jake is the subject. The direct object is the thing that the ...

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An object in grammar is part of a sentence, and often part of the predicate. It refers to someone or something involved in the subject's performance of the verb.