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10.2 Indirect Objects. -To recognize both direct and indirect objects in sentences. Remember…. Verbs with Indirect Objects. Indirect object- answers the question to whom? an action is done. An indirect object always comes after the verb and before the direct object. Steps.

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10 2 indirect objects

10.2 Indirect Objects

-To recognize both direct and indirect objects in sentences



Verbs with indirect objects
Verbs with Indirect Objects

  • Indirect object- answers the question to whom? an action is done.

  • An indirect object always comes after the verb and before the direct object.


Steps
Steps

  • Identify the subject.

  • Identify the verb.

  • Identify the direct object by asking What? or Whom? of the verb.

  • Identify the indirect object by asking To Whom?


Examples
Examples

  • Friends sent the actors flowers.

  • Sightseers paid the guides fees.

  • Michael Jordan shows his teammates new shots.

  • Rachel bought her friends postcards .

  • The audience gave the cast and orchestra a standing ovation.

  • The teacher gave the students a test.


  • He brought miners food.

  • I ordered the students their books.

  • He offered Troy breakfast.

  • The mother sang the baby a song.

  • The mother sang the baby’s song to her children.

  • I like Tom.

  • The alarm woke the children.


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