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DirectIndirect Object of the preposition Direct and Indirect Direct, Indirect, and obj. of preposition $100 $200 $300 $400 $500

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Find the Direct object Peter and Joe bought some shoes.

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Shoes

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Find the Direct Object The cute little boy went to his mom and kissed her cheek.

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Cheek

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Find the Direct object Lacy went camping with Zack.

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Camping

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Find the direct object Cindy told Paige her secret that spread all over the school.

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Secret

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Find the direct object Ryan, Kelly, and Gina were running the mile yesterday.

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Mile

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Find the Indirect object Kelly gave the wig to Sam to wear for the costume party.

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Wig

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Find the Indirect Object She showed me how to dance.

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Me

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Find the Indirect Object Mrs. Cope gave us three extra days to finish our reports.

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Us

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Find the Indirect Object I was furious because Mandy told Jessica my secret.

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Jessica

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Find the Indirect Object The official gave Tony a medal when he won the final game.

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Tony

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Find all the Objects of the prepositions The cat ran under the tree.

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Tree

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Find all the Objects of the prepositions Tammy left her shoes beside the pool.

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Pool

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Find all the Objects of the prepositions I love the smell of flowers in the morning.

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Flowers and Morning

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Find all the Objects of the prepositions The prince was in love with the lowly princess, but they can never be together.

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Love and Princess

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Find all the Objects of the prepositions He had to find the girl with the shiny slippers that she put under a tree to save for another day.

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Slippers, Tree, and Day

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Find both the direct and the indirect object. They made him some coffee.

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Indirect: Him Direct: Coffee

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Find both the direct and the indirect object. Those bus drivers gave him a book.

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Indirect: Him Direct: Book

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Find both the direct and the indirect object. Those students made her a unhappy camper.

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Indirect: Her Direct: Camper

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Find both the direct and the indirect object. › The wildebeest told the lion that dinner was ready.

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Indirect: Lion Direct: that dinner was ready

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Find both the direct and the indirect object. Henry got Heather a present.

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Indirect: Heather Direct: Present

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Find the Direct, Indirect, and Object of the preposition. Alex baked Andrew a pizza for the fair.

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Direct: Pizza Indirect: Andrew Obj. of the preposition: Fair

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Find the Direct, Indirect, and Object of the preposition. Meagan told Brittany that dancing was the best.

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Direct: that dancing was the best Indirect: Brittany Obj. of the preposition: None

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Find the Direct, Indirect, and Object of the preposition. Danielle told Tiara that homework is important.

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Direct: that homework is important Indirect: Tiara Obj. of the preposition: None

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Find the Direct, Indirect, and Object of the preposition. Elcy got Caitlyn that car that she always wanted from the moment she saw it..

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Direct: Car Indirect: Caitlyn Obj. of the preposition: moment

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Find the Direct, Indirect, and Objects of the prepositions. Sarah bumped Adam’s elbow, which knocked the paint onto the dresses.

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Direct: elbow, paint Obj. of the preposition: Dresses No indirect objects

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