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DO & IO Review
List the four steps to find the IO 1) Remove all prepositional phrases 2) Find the verb 3) Ask what or whom after the verb 4) Ask for what or for whom after the verb and DO
The three articles are… A An The
An action verb that has a direct object is called … A transitive verb
In a sentence, the indirect object is found between the _______ and the ________. Action verb Direct object
What two questions do direct objects answer? What is receiving the action Whom is receiving the action
The two parts of speech that a direct object can be are… Noun Pronoun
When diagramming, the indirect object is placed under the __________ on __________. Action verb An elbow
The direct object is never found inside a(n) _________. Prepositional phrase
The indirect object answers what two questions? For what For whom
On the following slides, write the sentences without the prepositional phrases and… Underline the verb Circle the DO Draw a box around the IO (if necessary) If there is no DO write no DO
The person in the front row always wears a hat at the parade. The person always wears a hat.
In August, our teacher will give us new instructions for locker use. Our teacher will give us new instructions.
The baseball player just caught two of many baseballs that were hit to him. The baseball player just caught two that were hit.
We traveled to Florida for vacation on the last day of school. We traveled. No DO
Carla usually provides us many types of supplies. Carla usually provides us many types.
She asked the little boy and his friend some unusual questions.
Gary was his best friend at school. Gary was his best friend. No DO – was is a linking verb
Diagram the following sentences. Remove prepositional phrases before diagramming If there is an IO, it must go under the action verb.
The alarm at our school hurt his ears. alarm The hurtears his
Henry prepared his relatives a tasty meal for Thanksgiving. Henrypreparedmeal relatives his tasty a
Create a sentence with no prepositional phrases and diagram it. You must use a S-AV-DO pattern. (Hint* - keep it simple!)
Create and diagram a sentence with an S-AV-IO-DO pattern.
Grammar Unit Verbs.
Action verbs are either…
OBJECTS! DIRECT (DO) INDIRECT (IO) OBJECTS OF PREPOSITIONS (OP)
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Fun with … Direct and Indirect Objects. A Direct Object… Is a noun or pronoun that tells who or what receives the action of a verb or shows the result.
Direct Indirect Objects of Prepositions. Direct Objects A direct object is a noun, pronoun, or word group that tells who or what receives the action.
The Sentence & Its Parts
Nouns and Pronouns Ze RULES, ja? Ja!. Definition – part of speech A NOUN names a person, place, thing or idea.
Grammar Rules. Pronouns 1.Use as a S, DO, PN, or IO 2.Personal pronouns may be adjectives 3.Relative pronouns may introduce adjective clauses.
…we need to continue to practice finding subjects and predicates. Single underline the complete subject, and put a box around the simple subject. Then,
Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Direct Objects & Indirect Objects.
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