There are two types of objects in a sentence. The direct and indirect objects. The direct object is a noun or a pronoun or group of words that tells who or what receives the action of the verb. Indirect objects are nouns which have something done for or to them, but not directly. This lesson provides students practice to master the difference between both.
Throughout this lesson the students will:
- identify direct and indirect objects;
- write sentences with direct and indirect objects;
- revise sentences to eliminate wordiness and redundancy.
This lesson’s content is of high educational quality. It is designed with a model of a conceptualization, definitions, examples, practice exercises and test with different levels of complexity. In addition, it includes rubrics for an objective evaluation.
5 items in example section
44 items in exercise practice
39 items in test