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  1. monk
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    Question direct, inderect objects-predicate, adjectves and nominatives

    I have this sentence
    Travis's father leaves their home to drive his cattle to market in Kansas. - the home is underlined. what is that, a DO, IO, PA, PN
    I think it is a DO but every single one i have is a DO then because it says that the DO gets the full action of the verb and he left his home
    in this sentence
    One day, a stray dog steals some meat. meat is underline
    the stray dog stole what? the meat and that is getting the direct effect of the verb so that is a direct object
    well

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    Re: direct, inderect objects-predicate, adjectves and nominatives

    You're right- they're both direct objects.

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