Read the sentence: After school, Camille helped her sister Arielle.
Which best identifies the underlined portion of the sentence?
The word Arielle is underlined.
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I think it's either the subject or the direct object.
@keke_luvs_u I think it is either the subject or the direct object.
Please include what the underlined part of the sentence actually is.
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It is Arielle (it's written under the question)
so is it a subject or a direct object?
I think it may be direct since the subject is Camille, the action is "helped" and Arielle is the one who was helped, making her the direct subject. That's what I think, but I haven't learned much about this stuff.