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    I need to know direct object, indirect object, predicate nominative, noun of direct address, appositive, objective complement.

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    1. A verb may be followed by an object that completes the verb's meaning. Two kinds of objects (usually noun or pronoun) follow verbs: direct objects and indirect objects. A direct object usually refers to "what". An indirect object is, in a sense, the recipient of the direct object.
    Example: He gave me a bouquet of roses. (me: indirect ...

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    The parts of speech objects are examined. The direct and indirect objects are examined.