• anonymous
1. Which noun is the direct object in the following sentence? Dylan bought envelopes for Keisha when he was at the store. envelopes Keisha Dylan store 2. What is the pronoun in the following sentence? Whenever Anthony goes out of town, the neighbors take care of his cat. out neighbors Anthony his 3. In the following sentence, which word is the adverb? By the time we got to school, the bell had already rung. time school already rung
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  • anonymous
Here are some hints that should help you to answer these questions! -- most adverbs end in -y or -ly -- a pronoun refers to a person but is NOT their name, such as "she, he, it, their," etc. etc. -- a direct object is the thing that the sentence is talking directly about.

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