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Syntax Objects

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Syntax Objects

  1. 1. Direct Object / Indirect Object / Object of the Preposition<br />Syntax - Objects <br />
  2. 2. DIRECT OBJECTS<br />COMPLETES THE PREDICATE<br />INDICATES WHO OR WHAT RECEIVES THE ACTION<br />ALWAYS A NOUN OR PRONOUN<br />
  3. 3. DIRECT OBJECTS<br />MARK GAVE HER THE TENNIS RACKET.<br />HE BROUGHT THE TACO SALAD.<br />THE CAT ATTACKED THE DOG.<br />
  4. 4. INDIRECT OBJECTS<br />TELLS WHO OR WHAT RECEIVES THE DIRECT OBJECT<br />THERE MUST BE A DIRECT OBJECT IN ORDER TO HAVE AN INDIRECT OBJECT<br />
  5. 5. INDIRECT OBJECTS<br />SHE GAVE HENRY THE KEYS.<br />I WILL OFFER THE STUDENTS A DAY OFF.<br />
  6. 6. OBJECT OF THE PREPOSITION<br />A PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE CONSISTS OF A PREPOSITION, MODIFIERS AND A NOUN OR PRONOUN<br />THE OBJECT IS THE NOUN OR PRONOUN THAT ENDS A PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE<br />
  7. 7. OBJECT OF THE PREPOSITION<br />MIKE DROVE OVER THE BRIDGE.<br />THE FLOCK OF BIRDS FLEW AWAY.<br />HE SEARCHED UNDERNEATH THE SOFA.<br />
  8. 8. LIST OF COMMON PREPOSITIONS<br />Aboutbelowexceptingofftowardabovebeneathforonunderacrossbeside(s)fromontounderneathafterbetweeninoutuntilagainstbeyondin front ofoutsideupalongbutinsideoveruponamongbyin spite ofpastup toaroundconcerninginstead ofregardingwithat despiteintosincewithindownlikethroughwithoutbeforeduringnearthroughoutwith regard tobehindexceptwith respect to<br />
  9. 9. WHAT YOU KNOW SO FAR<br />SUBJECT + PREDICATE<br />SIMPLE SENTENCE / SIMPLE PREDICATE<br />SENTENCE TYPES<br />SIMPLE / COMPOUND / COMPLEX<br />INDEPENDENT CLAUSE / DEPENDENT CLAUSE<br />PHRASE<br />FRAGMENT <br />COORDINATING / SUBORDINATING CONJUNCTION<br />DIRECT OBJECT / INDIRECT OBJECT / OBJECT OF PREP.<br />

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