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Complements. Direct Objects Write in your grammar section. A direct object is a noun, pronoun, or group of words that tells who or what receives the action of the verb. In other words, it completes the meaning of the verb. Write in your grammar section:.

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direct objects write in your grammar section
Direct ObjectsWrite in your grammar section.

A direct object is a noun, pronoun, or group of words that tells who or what receives the action of the verb.

In other words, it completes the meaning of the verb.

write in your grammar section
Write in your grammar section:

John and Karley+ ate + popcorn

subject + verb + direct object

kendall writes fantastic stories for language arts class
Kendall writes fantastic stories for language arts class._______ +_______ + ________
write in your grammar section indirect objects
Write in your grammar section:Indirect Objects

Cordell +sings + his girlfriend + love song

Subject + verb + indirect object + direct object

indirect objects
Indirect Objects

An indirect object is a noun, pronoun, or word group that sometimes appears in sentences containing direct objects. IO’s tell to whom, to what, for whom, or for what the action of the verb is done.

If a sentence has an indirect object, it has a direct object as well.

subject complements write in your grammar section
Subject Complements*Write in your grammar section.*

A subject complement is a word or group of words in the predicate that identifies or describes the subject.

A subject complement is connected to the subject by a linking verb.

Two types of subject complements are predicate nominatives and predicate adjectives.

what do you notice
What do you notice?

A dog is a good pet.

Strawberries are a delicious fruit.

Casey has been a great student.

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Subject + linkingverb + predicate nominative

A dogis a good pet.

Strawberriesare a delicious fruit.

Casey has been a great student.

predicate nominatives
Predicate Nominatives

A predicate nominative is a word or group of words in the predicate that identifies the subject.

In other words, it renames the subject.

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You could put an = sign to show their relationship:

  • Dog=pet
  • Strawberries=fruit
  • Casey=student
find your complement
Find your complement.

I’m going to give you an item. You will have about 3 minutes to find your “complement” or match. Your complement will have something that identifies your item. Once you’ve found your complement, you need to create a sentence using a linking verb, showing how the two items are connected.

Ex. Items: Book and reward

Sentence: Reading is its own reward. OR

what do you notice1
What do you notice?

Everyone felt good about the decision.

This milk smells sour.

Bentley must be happy about her good grade.

write in your notes predicate adjectives
Write in your notes: Predicate Adjectives

Subject + linking verb + predicate adjective

Everyonefeltgood about the decision.

This milk smellssour.

Bentley must be happyabout her good grade.

write in notes
Write in notes.
  • A predicate adjective is an adjective that is in the predicate and that describes the subject.
find your complement1
Find your complement.
  • I’m going to give you an item. You will have about 3 minutes to find your “complement” or match. Your complement will have something that describes your item. Once you’ve found your complement, you need to create a sentence using a linking verb, showing how they are connected.
  • Ex. Jaguar and ferocious
  • Sentence: The jaguar isferocious.
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