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Direct Objects, Indirect Objects and Subject Complements.

Direct Objects, Indirect Objects and Subject Complements.

Direct & Indirect Objects • Direct & Indirect Objects can happen when your sentence

Direct & Indirect Objects • Direct & Indirect Objects can happen when your sentence has an ACTION verb: – Jump – Skip – Cook – Yell – smile

Subject Compliments • Subject Compliments happen when your sentence has a LINKING verb. –

Subject Compliments • Subject Compliments happen when your sentence has a LINKING verb. – Was – Is – Are – Have been – Am – Smells, sounds, tastes

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Let’s learn about Direct and Indirect objects first: • http: //www. cleanvideosearch. com/media/act ion/yt/watch? v=Mrqpr. PQQWk. Q

What is an indirect object?

What is an indirect object?

An indirect object identifies to, for whom or what the action of the verb

An indirect object identifies to, for whom or what the action of the verb performed is.

One way to look at it. . .

One way to look at it. . .

An indirect object is like a birthday kid. I'm the indirect object It is

An indirect object is like a birthday kid. I'm the indirect object It is the receiver of the direct object much like a birthday kid receives the birthday gift.

In this case, the birthday gift is the direct object. Direct Object

In this case, the birthday gift is the direct object. Direct Object

Example: Marcel passed me the ball. Passed what? The ball To whom? me Marcel

Example: Marcel passed me the ball. Passed what? The ball To whom? me Marcel passed me the ball. Indirect Object Direct Object

Your Turn Find the indirect and direct object. The waitress handed her the bill.

Your Turn Find the indirect and direct object. The waitress handed her the bill. a. waitress (indirect), bill (direct) b. her (indirect), bill (direct) c. her (direct), bill (indirect) d. Handed (direct), bill (indirect)

How did you do? The waitress handed her the bill. Indirect Direct Object

How did you do? The waitress handed her the bill. Indirect Direct Object

Lets Try Again!

Lets Try Again!

Remember: Ask to whom or for whom? OR For what or to what? after

Remember: Ask to whom or for whom? OR For what or to what? after the verb

The officer wrote them a ticket. a. them (indirect), ticket (direct)* b. officer (indirect),

The officer wrote them a ticket. a. them (indirect), ticket (direct)* b. officer (indirect), ticket (direct) c. them (direct), wrote (indirect) d. officer (indirect), wrote (direct)

Indirect Object The officer wrote them a ticket. Direct Object

Indirect Object The officer wrote them a ticket. Direct Object

What is a Subject Complement? • A subject complement follows a linking verb and

What is a Subject Complement? • A subject complement follows a linking verb and tells who or what the subject is or is like. It tell what the subject is EQUAL to Example: My mother was a good teacher. Mother = teacher -was is a linking verb -teacher is a subject compliment

Find the Subject Compliment Ben is a policeman. a. Ben b. is c. policeman

Find the Subject Compliment Ben is a policeman. a. Ben b. is c. policeman

Find the Subject Compliment She appeared at 12 and looked stunning. a. stunning b.

Find the Subject Compliment She appeared at 12 and looked stunning. a. stunning b. looked c. appeared d. she

Find the Subject Compliment That apple pie smells delicious. a. b. c. d. pie

Find the Subject Compliment That apple pie smells delicious. a. b. c. d. pie smells delicious apple

How did you do? Ben is a policeman. is – linking verb policeman- subject

How did you do? Ben is a policeman. is – linking verb policeman- subject compliment She appeared at 12 and looked stunning. looked – linking verb stunning - subject compliment That apple pie smells delicious. smells – linking verb delicious - subject compliment

Quiz Practice • Find the subject complement: – The waves seemed rough.

Quiz Practice • Find the subject complement: – The waves seemed rough.

 • Find the subject complement: – The flutter kick is a strong kick

• Find the subject complement: – The flutter kick is a strong kick used with the crawl.

 • Find the subject complement: – The water felt cool in the July

• Find the subject complement: – The water felt cool in the July sun.

 • Find the subject complement: – Mindy’s arms felt sore as she swam

• Find the subject complement: – Mindy’s arms felt sore as she swam to shore.

 • Find the subject complement: – The peppermint ice cream tasted good.

• Find the subject complement: – The peppermint ice cream tasted good.

 • Find the subject complement: – Swimming is a popular sport.

• Find the subject complement: – Swimming is a popular sport.

 • Find the subject complement: – Ice cream tastes refreshing on a hot

• Find the subject complement: – Ice cream tastes refreshing on a hot day at the beach.

 • Find the subject complement: – Jill was happy about her progress.

• Find the subject complement: – Jill was happy about her progress.

 • Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Barb handed Dex

• Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Barb handed Dex a dry towel.

 • Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Adam prefers soccer

• Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Adam prefers soccer to aquatic sports.

 • Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Sylvia set a

• Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Sylvia set a new record.

 • Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Sandy gave her

• Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Sandy gave her sisters matching blue swimsuits.

 • Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – My mother taught

• Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – My mother taught me rules for safe swimming.

 • Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Erik took a

• Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Erik took a test to determine how far he could swim.

 • Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Anne practiced the

• Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Anne practiced the breaststroke.

 • Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Emma won the

• Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Emma won the contest by swimming fast.

 • Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – David touched the

• Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – David touched the wall and turned to swim back.

 • Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Carly drew pictures

• Circle direct objects and underline any indirect objects. – Carly drew pictures for her mom.