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By Missmccalister.m | Last updated: May 17, 2021
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Have you heard of direct and indirect objects? In the English language, there are two types of objects. These include direct and indirect objects. The central difference between the two is that direct objects are the receiver of the action while the indirect object is the direct object's receiver. A sentence must always have a direct object first for an indirect object to exist. This quiz will show you how to distinguish between direct and indirect objects.
Welcome learner, today you are going to be tested in English grammar whether you understand types of speeches, direct and indirect or not. Well, you will find out as soon as you complete this quiz. So, get started already.
There are different ways in which people can report what people have said in a given situation, and as discusses in class, this can either be using direct or indirect speech. Indirect speech, the report uses the same words of the...
In the study of English grammar, the terms “indirect” and “direct” objects refer to the people, things, or places being referred to in a sentence. Indirect objects are identified as the whom or what in a...
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