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Direct and Indirect Object

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Transcript of Direct and Indirect Object

Direct and Indirect Object
Direct Object
Indirect Object
This is direct object because they are talking about "yo self" directly and "yo self" is getting treated
This uses indirect object. "You" is the indirect object since bad things would be happening "to you"
Conclusion
Recap
poor Leo :(
Indirect objects use to, for, and other verbs like these in front of or after the object
Direct objects use the object following or followed by a verb
indirect object involves doing something to a person or when the person is receiving an action or an object
By:
Lauren Cole

Emma LaPree

Lauren Yaple
Indirect vs Direct Object Video
This is also a direct object because "I" is what the sentence is about, and it is directly about them, with the verb following the object.
An indirect object comes before or after the direct object. It tells to whom or for whom the action is for.

Example:

Julia gave Amy an apple.



A direct object is a verb, noun, pronoun, etc. that receives the action of a verb or shows the result of the action.

Example:

Molly walked the dog.

-Chris Evans gave a puppy a hug
-Leonardo DiCaprio has never won an Oscar
Direct and indirect object are used all the time in writing and conversation, so it is important to know the difference between the two.Thanks for watching our presentation!
Uses indirect:
Uses direct:
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