Question #c4492

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Mar 17, 2017


Direct objects are as follows:
2. 'floor'
3. there is none
4. "shoes" and "couch"
5. there is none
6. "bedroom" and "hall"


A direct object is the whom or what to which the #action# was applied. The action applied is called the #verb#. The person or thing that is applying the action is the subject.

Every sentence needs at least a subject and a verb as building blocks in the sentence structure.

Example: Tara painted.

"Tara" is the subject and "painted" is the verb. But we do not know from this sentence what it was that Tara painted. If we add a direct object (or two) we get:

Tara painted the bedroom and the hall.