What is/are the direct object(s) in the following sentence?: Tomorrow the sun will rise and then set.
This sentence has no direct object. See explanation.
A direct object is a thing (or person) upon which the subject is acting. However the sentence has direct object only if its verb is transitive.
John wrote a long letter.
In this sentence the verb is transitive, so the sentence has a direct subject - the word letter.
The given sentence does not have a direct object. The verbs rise and set are intransitive.