need help with direct objects and indriect objects
The house can then grant the visitor's wishes.
Is wishes the direct object and no indirect objects
Re: need help with direct objects and indriect objects
The direct object is "the visitor's wishes". There's no indirect object.
Originally Posted by alyzhoft
If the sentence was:
The house can then grant the visitors wishes. OR
The house can then grant wishes to the visitors;
then "the visitors" would be an indirect object and "wishes" the direct object.
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Last Post: 13-Jul-2009, 12:38
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