Grammar Grade 6, Nouns and Direct Objects

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After dinner, Matthew always serves a CAKE.

Direct Object

The TRUCK overturned on the sharp curve outside Henry Parkview.

Subject

Sally's family bought a new CAR.

Direct Object

She gave SALLY a big hug

Indirect Object

If you would like, we can give MARTHA the tickets to tonight's game.

Indirect Object

If you would like, we can give Martha the TICKETS to tonight's game.

Direct Object

Emil sent his BROTHER a postcard from the hotel.

Indirect Object

Emil sent his brother a POSTCARD from the hotel.

Direct Object

EMIL sent his brother a postcard from the hotel.

Subject

They named their DAUGHTER Natasha.

Direct Object

They named their daughter NATASHA.

Indirect Object

He gave MARY a rose.

Indirect Object

He gave Mary a ROSE.

Direct Object

She gave ME the report.

Indirect Object

KING ARTHUR put his sword on the table.

Subject

King Arthur put his SWORD on the table.

Direct Object

King Arthur put his sword on the TABLE.

Indirect Object

Mary burnt the TOAST.

Direct Object

SHE closed the door.

Subject

She closed the DOOR.

Direct Object

The captain told THE PEOPLE the story.

Indirect Object

The captain told the people THE STORY.

Direct Object

The cook baked the CHILDREN some cookies.

Indirect Object

The cook baked the children some COOKIES.

Direct Object

You gave ME some water.

Indirect Object

You gave me some WATER.

Direct Object

CARPENTERS drive nails with air powered guns.

Subject

I sent STEPHANIE the camera.

Indirect Object

I sent Stephanie the CAMERA.

Direct Object

He pulled the little red wagon to the STORE.

Object of a preposition

From her PRESPECTIVE, the meeting was a success.

Object of a preposition

For MANY, math proved to be the most challenging subject.

Object of a preposition

Until SUNRISE, the SWAT team will hide

Object of a preposition

The fuzzy, red cat on the FENCE.

Object of a preposition

The cat ran under the CAR.

Object of a preposition

Can you give this parcel to BILL tomorrow?

Object of a preposition

The decorator insisted on blue CURTAINS.

Object of a preposition

The DECORATOR insisted on blue curtains.

Subject

JIMMY walked to town.

Subject

The TABLE is brown.

Subject

Susie will be going home after the TEST.

Object of a preposition

Peter did not share his homework ANSWERS with his classmates.

Direct Object

PETER did not share his homework answer with his classmates.

Subject

The oranges are on the COUNTER in the basket.

Object of a preposition

Phil planned a PARTY for his grandmother.

Direct Object

Phil planned a party for his GRANDMOTHER.

Indirect Object

Jay sent his COLLEAGUES a note about why he quit his job.

Indirect Object

Alexi poured the water on his sister's HEAD

Object of a preposition

Neil gave his SISTER a book about growing orchids.

Indirect Object

Will you deliver the FLOWER to the address on the card?

Direct Object

Japen is a COUNTRY in Asia.

Subject Complement

Ben is a POLICEMAN.

Subject Complement

I am FINE.

Subject Complement

That pie smells DELICIOUS

Subject Complement

He is SPANISH.

Subject Complement

My grandfather is a FARMER.

Subject Complement

Sarah is a COMEDIAN

Subject Complement

Iris taught the old DOG new tricks.

Indirect Object

Iris taught the old dog new TRICKS.

Direct Object

Venice is located on ISLANDS in the ADRIATIC SEA.

Object of a preposition

Paris is a city in FRANCE.

Object of a preposition

He is THE CHEF

Subject Complement

Mr. Johnson is a CONSULTANT

Subject Complement

The Devils acquired ILYA KOVACHUCK

Direct Object

The Devils sold their FANS many tickets.

Indirect Object

The Devils gave ZACH PARISE an award.

Indirect Object

The Devils gave Zach Parise an AWARD.

Direct Object

The Devils are a HOCKEY TEAM.

Subject Complement

Matt is a DEVILS FAN.

Subject Complement

The Devils play in PRUDENTIAL CENTER

Object of a preposition

The Devils like to skate on HOME ICE.

Object of a preposition

The Prudentails Center is in NEWARK.

Object of a preposition

The Atlantic Division champions are the DEVILS/

Subject Complement

The United States and Japan are ECONOMIC POWERS

Subject Complement

Rice is an important CROP..

Subject Complement

The United States rules PUERTO RICO

Direct Object

The people built FIRES.

Direct Object

George Washington told people the TRUTH.

Direct Object

George Washington told PEOPLE the truth.

Indirect Object

The teacher taught the class a LESSON.

Direct Object

The teacher taught the CLASS a lesson.

Indirect Object

Dad bought Matt a BUBBLE HOCKEY GAME.

Direct Object

Dad bought MATT a game.

Indirect Object

We read the boy a STORY.

Direct Object

The kids rode in the CAR.

Object of a preposition

The car drove oin the ROAD.

Object of a preposition

Sally sang the audience a SONG.

Direct Object

Sally sang the AUDIENCE a song.

Indirect Object

We read the BOY a story.

Indirect Object

Old Bridge is a CITY

Subject Complement

Old Bridge is a city in NEW JERSEY.

Object of a preposition

Matthew is from NEW JERSEY.

Object of a preposition

Bill gave the class a SPEECH.

Direct Object

Bill gave the CLASS a speech..

Indirect Object

The table is on the FLOOP.

Object of a preposition

The teacher assigned the class a WORKSHEET.

Direct Object

The teacher assigned the CLASS a worksheet.

Indirect Object

The guide showed the group an EXHIBIT.

Direct Object

The guide showed the GROUP an exhibit

Indirect Object

The man lived in a HOUSE.

Object of a preposition

The player kicked the BALL.

Direct Object

BOBBY ran to the store.

Subject

The DEVILS have won three Stanley Cups

Subject

The father sent the BOYS a present.

Indirect Object

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