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English Parts of a Sentence – Exercise 04

Write what is the INDIRECT OBJECT and what is OBJECT OF THE PREPOSITION for each of the sentences.

If there is no indirect object or object of the preposition, write 0.

Then press "Check" to check your answers.

Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if you don't know. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints!
1. Lisa gave me her hat.

INDIRECT OBJECT:

OBJECT OF THE PREPOSITION:

2. Lisa gave her hat to me.

INDIRECT OBJECT:

OBJECT OF THE PREPOSITION:

3. James wrote me a note.

INDIRECT OBJECT:

OBJECT OF THE PREPOSITION:

4. James wrote a note to me.

INDIRECT OBJECT:

OBJECT OF THE PREPOSITION:

5. I am looking at the window.

INDIRECT OBJECT:

OBJECT OF THE PREPOSITION:

6. You should sell your house to them.

INDIRECT OBJECT:

OBJECT OF THE PREPOSITION:

7. You should sell them your house.

INDIRECT OBJECT:

OBJECT OF THE PREPOSITION:

8. We want to pay you for your work.

INDIRECT OBJECT:

OBJECT OF THE PREPOSITION:

9. Why are they shouting at Tim?

INDIRECT OBJECT:

OBJECT OF THE PREPOSITION:

10. I thanked him for his efforts.

INDIRECT OBJECT:

OBJECT OF THE PREPOSITION:

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