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Transcript
OBJECTS!
DIRECT (DO)
INDIRECT (IO)
OBJECTS OF PREPOSITIONS (OP)
 Transitive
Verb – has a direct object
 Intransitive does not have a direct
object
Helpful Hints about DO’s
 You
MUST have an AV to have a DO
 DO’s (almost) ALWAYS come after
the verb – the exception would be in
a question
 Not all action verbs have DO’s –
these are called intransitive verbs
 Linking Verbs NEVER have DO’s!!
Indirect Objects (IO’s)
 Noun
or pronoun that comes after
the action verb but before the DO.
 Answers the question to whom? For
whom? To what? For what?
 IMPORTANT: Only verbs with a DO
can have an IO!!!
Direct objects
 These
nouns or pronouns receive the
action of the verb.
 Ex. I threw the ball to the dog.
 Threw / AV
Ball / DO
 Ask yourself threw who or what??
 When a verb has a DO, it is called a
transitive verb
Examples
 Joe
gave me the ball.
 What is the verb?
 DO?
 IO?
 Always
in this order… AV/IO/DO
Question??
 Do
you have to have an IO if you
have a DO?
 NO!
 Do you have to have a DO if you
have an IO?
 YES!
 So…the last word in a sentence can
never be the IO!
Most important rule of all…
 Words
in a prepositional phrase can
NEVER be the IO or DO!
 Ex.
The boy went to the store for
milk.
 to the store – prep phrase
 For milk – prep phrase
Common Preps
 To
 At
 Of
 Over
for
by
through
between
with
from
under
above
Objects of
Prepositions(OP)-noun or
pronoun at the END of a
prep phrase
To the dance
For my mother
In the morning
At my house
Of the whole class
Now let’s practice!
 Write
a sentence with a DO (first pick
a good ACTION verb to put in your
sentence)
 Now try one with an IO – will you
need a DO?
 OF COURSE! 