Nouns as Direct or Indirect Objects Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.3.1

Core Standard

Indirect objects identify the whom or what the action of verb is being performed on. They are generally prepositional phrases that lack the preposition "to" or "for", but they are understood to be present. They always appear somewhere between the verb and direct object of the sentence. The goal of the indirect object is to modify the verb to make a point. The direct objects are the whom or what is receiving the action within the sentence. These worksheets have students break down and identify the roles of nouns in sentences.







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