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Direct and Indirect Objects/Predicate Nominatives

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What type of verb does a direct object follow?
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What type of verb does a direct object follow?
action verb
What two questions do you ask of the verb to find the direct object?
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What two questions do you ask of the verb to find the direct object?
who or what
Can a sentence have a direct object with no indirect object?
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Can a sentence have a direct object with no indirect object?
yes
Name the direct object in the sentence. Long-distance, or marathon, running requires strength.
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Name the direct object in the sentence. Long-distance, or marathon, running requires strength.
strength
True or false. A diect object is a noun, pronoun, or adverb that receives the action of the verb.
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True or false. A diect object is a noun, pronoun, or adverb that receives the action of the verb.
false, it is never an adverb
Can an indirect object be found in a prepositional phrase?
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Can an indirect object be found in a prepositional phrase?
no
Can a sentence have an indirect object with no direct object?
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Can a sentence have an indirect object with no direct object?
no
Name two questions you can ask of the verb to find the indirect object.
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Name two questions you can ask of the verb to find the indirect object.
to whom, to what, for whom, or for what
Name the indirect object(s) in the following sentence. The usher found us seats near the stage.
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Name the indirect object(s) in the following sentence. The usher found us seats near the stage.
us
Name the indirect object(s) in the following sentence. The ship's captain gave the crew orders.
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Name the indirect object(s) in the following sentence. The ship's captain gave the crew orders.
crew
What type of verb does a predicate nominative follow?
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What type of verb does a predicate nominative follow?
linking verb
Can there be more than one predicate nominative in a sentence?
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Can there be more than one predicate nominative in a sentence?
yes
What is another name for a predicate nominative?
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What is another name for a predicate nominative?
predicate noun
Name the predicate nominative in the following sentence. Larry Bird became a famous basketball player for the Boston Celtics.
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Name the predicate nominative in the following sentence. Larry Bird became a famous basketball player for the Boston Celtics.
player
Does the following sentence have a predicate nominative or a prepositional phrase? The cookies were great as a dessert.
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Does the following sentence have a predicate nominative or a prepositional phrase? The cookies were great as a dessert.
prepositional phrase
Can a predicate nominative be found in a prepositional phrase?
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Can a predicate nominative be found in a prepositional phrase?
no
A predicate nominative means the same thing as the _______________.
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A predicate nominative means the same thing as the _______________.
subject
Name the predicate nominative in the sentence. My dog is a Black Lab.
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Name the predicate nominative in the sentence. My dog is a Black Lab.
Lab
Does the following sentence have a linking verb or an action verb? Everyone felt good about the decision.
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Does the following sentence have a linking verb or an action verb? Everyone felt good about the decision.
linking verb
Name the predicate adjective in the following sentence. The deep water in the green pond looks muddy.
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Name the predicate adjective in the following sentence. The deep water in the green pond looks muddy.
muddy
Name the two prepositions in the following sentence. The cat leaned against the tree near the river bank.
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Name the two prepositions in the following sentence. The cat leaned against the tree near the river bank.
against, near
Name the three prepositions in the following sentence. For a long time, he received no credit at all for his role.
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Name the three prepositions in the following sentence. For a long time, he received no credit at all for his role.
for, at, for
Does the following sentence have a linking verb or an action verb? Jan stays cheerful most of the time.
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Does the following sentence have a linking verb or an action verb? Jan stays cheerful most of the time.
linking
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Write a sentence that includes the following: subject, verb, direct object, indirect object, and a prepositional phrase.
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Write a sentence that includes the following: subject, verb, direct object, indirect object, and a prepositional phrase.
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