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    Is walking the direct object in this sentence:

    I stopped walking yesterday.

    I=subject
    stopped=verb
    walking=gerund serving as d.o.
    yesterday=adverb modifying stopped
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    Re: direct object

    Yes.'WALKING' is object here.

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