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  • 1. Chapter 1, Lesson 9.notebook 1 September 10, 2013 Lesson 9: Complements--Objects of Verbs The idea: Action Verbs often need complements (called direct objects and indirect objects) to complete their meaning. Direct Objects Indirect Objects Word or group of words that names the receiver of the action. *(Answers the question what or whom) Word or group of wordsthat tells to whom or what (or for whom and what) an action is performed. *(The IO comes between the verb and the DO) Jack climbed the beanstalk. The giant's wife protected Jack. Jesse told his little cousins thestory.
  • 2. Chapter 1, Lesson 9.notebook 2 September 10, 2013 To find the direct or indirect objects... Find the action verb in the sentence. To find the direct object, ask what or whom. To find the indirect object, ask to whom or what (or for whom or what).The detective finally solved the mystery. The campers cooked their food over a fire. The loud music gave me a headache. The rabbit in Alice in Wonderland carries a watch. We offered Jim a ride to the game. Find the subject in the sentence.
  • 3. Chapter 1, Lesson 9.notebook 3 September 10, 2013 1. Our class is planning a story telling festival. 2. We called a professional storyteller. 3. She taught us her secrets. 4. We will invite students from other classes to our festival. 5. We can send them flyers.
  • 4. Chapter 1, Lesson 9.notebook 4 September 10, 2013 6. At the library, Ms. Leng showed me several collections offolktales. 7. I must find just the right story. 8. Perhaps my grandmother can give me some advice. 9. The drama department lent our class a video camera. 10. Now we can film our performances.
  • 5. Chapter 1, Lesson 9.notebook 5 September 10, 2013

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