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    Direct objects, indirect objects and objective complements are located:

    1- critics consider rembrandt the most thoroughly protestant painter of the northern renaissance.
    2- president nixon appointed william rehnquist associate justice of the supreme court in 1972.
    3- king james I gave scottish settlers a large of land in northern ireland for colonization.
    4- at christ's return, will he find many people faithful and true to him?
    5- our church sent the missionary to indonesia a substancial donation.
    6- his continual complaints about trivials matters made even his friends weary of his company.
    7- a paralytic stroke left president wilson an invalid for the rest of his term in office.
    8- during my trip to canada, i mailed my friends several colorful post cards.
    9- I think justin completely capable for this task.
    10- their unusual habits give the umbrella bird and the gooney bird their strange names.
    COULD YOU GIVE ME ONE SENTENCE USING THE FOLLOWING.
    1-NOUNS USED AS COMPOUND DIRECT OBJECT
    2- NOUNS USED AS COMPOUND OBJECT OF A PREPOSITION
    3- A NOUN USED AS AN INDIRECT OBJECT
    4- A NOUN USED AS AN OBJECTIVE COMPLEMENT.

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    Solution Preview

    As you explore direct objects, indirect objects and objective complements, please use the following ideas to assist with your inquires:

    Like math, grammar is based on formulas. Use this formula for identifying Direct Objects:
    Subject + verb + what? [sometimes who?] = the direct object
    Example: Tammy and Jesse ate strawberries with sugar and whipped cream.
    Tammy, Jesse = subjects | ate = verb | ate what? strawberries = direct object

    Use this formula to locate both indirect and direct objects:
    Subject + verb + to/for whom? + for what/whom?
    Example: Jenna ...

    Solution Summary

    The expert examines direct objects, indirect objects and objective complements.

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