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In the picture below, what is the direct object?

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@Agent_Sniffles can you help me plz?
Um..the door?

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what? i thought it was the dog? i need another opinion.
If the sentence is "The dog slams the door", then the direct object is "the door"
my teacher didn't give us a sentence to work with. he just told us to find out what the direct object is.
well it's either the dog, or the crack depending on who is doing the action
but this is an odd problem, so idk
yeah it is an odd problem. the for the help!!
I was gonna say the dog, but I have no clue what's going on.

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