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direct obj, indirect obj, pred adj, pred noun, pred pronoun

1. Direct Object- The receiver of an action. Used with an action verb.

The boy walked the dog. Dog is the Direct Object.

2. Indirect Object- To whom or what or for whom or what an action is done? You will never have indirect object without a direct object. They are only used with action verbs.

The boy sent the director flowers. Director is the Indirect Object and flowers is the direct object.

3. Predicate Adjective- An adjective that follows a linking verb and modifies (describes) the subject of the sentence.

The boy was crazy. Crazy is the Predicate Adjective that is describing the boy.

4. Predicate Noun or Nominative- A noun that follows a linking verb and renames the subject of the sentence.

The boy is Andy. Andy is the the Predicate Nou or Nominative

5. Predicate Pronoun- A pronoun that follows a linking verb and renames the subject of the sentence.

The boy is he. He is the Predicate Pronoun.

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