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Identifying Direct and Indirect Objects in English
Subject: performs the action of the sentence. Verb: is the action of the sentence. Direct Object: receives the action of the verb Indirect Object: benefits from the action received by the direct object.
How do you find the indirect object in a sentence? State the direct object of the sentence and then ask: to whom? or to what? or for whom? or for what?
Step one: Read the sentence. Right click and choose the pointer to make marks on the slides. Step two: Circle and label the subject of the sentence. Step three: Underline and label the verb of the sentence. Step four: Circle and label the direct object. Step five: Circle and label the indirect object Step six: Click to the next slide to check your work.
Identify: Subjects, Verbs, Direct and Indirect Objects
I threw the ball to my brother.
I introduced the foreign exchange student to my friends.
The mother gently washed the baby in the bathtub.
Johnny won the championship for our team with two seconds remaining on the clock.
My mother baked brownies for the bake sale.
Ralph gave the bone to the dog.
My dad did the dishes for my mother.
I tutored my sister for her algebra test.
My cousin Rita brought us fresh-picked vegetables.
Loud music gives my brother headaches.
Janelle baked her family double-chocolate brownies.
Louies sister made the team a pitcher of lemonade.
Ezra read us the newspaper from Mexico City.
Colleen showed her father her new gymnastics routine.
My sister gave the dog a dish of water.
Peyton Manning gave me his autograph.
On Thanksgiving, my sister prepared us a feast.
The middle school sent the shelter more than five hundred cans of food.