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    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

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    Re: need help with direct objects and indriect objects

    Quote Originally Posted by alyzhoft View Post
    The house can then grant the visitor's wishes.

    Is wishes the direct object and no indirect objects
    The direct object is "the visitor's wishes". There's no indirect object.
    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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