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Indirect Objects

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Jacqueline Carrero

on 4 December 2013

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Transcript of Indirect Objects

Indirect Objects
an INDIRECT OBJECT is...
the subject that the action verb is done for
How do I find it?
1. Identify the action verb in the sentence.

2. Who, or what, the action verb was done for? This is your indirect subject!
For example...
Old Yeller gave Arliss a lick.
Another example...
Travis showed his father the chopped wood.
Rate yourself!
4 – I know and can do it well enough to make connections that weren’t even taught.

3 – I know and can do everything that was taught without mistakes.

2 – I know and can do the easy parts, but I don’t know and can’t do the harder parts without help.

1 – With my teacher’s help, I know and can do some of what was taught.
Now, you try it!
Arliss gave Old Yeller a hug.
Here's another one:
Travis told his mother the news.
Rate yourself again:
4 – I know and can do it well enough to make connections that weren’t even taught.

3 – I know and can do everything that was taught without mistakes.

2 – I know and can do the easy parts, but I don’t know and can’t do the harder parts without help.

1 – With my teacher’s help, I know and can do some of what was taught.
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