RAM231
  • RAM231
Which sentence uses an objective case pronoun as a direct object? 1) I e-mailed him yesterday. 2) I sent him an attachment that included photos of the picnic. 3) He wrote back to Bob and me with an answer to our questions. HELP!!!
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  • jamiebookeater
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Wendy.Ivette11714
  • Wendy.Ivette11714
It should be 1.
Wendy.Ivette11714
  • Wendy.Ivette11714
?
RAM231
  • RAM231
Mr.Z do you have any answers? Im so confused on this question.......

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Wendy.Ivette11714
  • Wendy.Ivette11714
Okay then you don't need my help ^_^
Mr.Z
  • Mr.Z
A direct object is a noun or pronoun that receives the action of a verb in a sentence. It answers the questions "what? or whom?" Indirect Object 1. Him: direct object. He is the direct recipient of the action, and again, take out "Annie and" in order to determine which to use, "he" or "him." 2. Us: indirect object. This is the opposite of question 1, in this case, see if you can rearrange the sentence to take away the supposed preposition (and again, take out "and Stan"): "Dad made us these pickle-and-peanut-butter sandwiches." 3. You can't have just "between me," because "between" requires two objects, you can still see "me" is clearly the object of a preposition and therefore in the right case. "Jack was sitting between Paul and me" is correct. 4. "They include they and I" is not true, because "they" and "I" are nominative (subject) case.
RAM231
  • RAM231
@Wendy.Ivette11714 Im not like disapproving your answer, I am just seeing if there is anyone else who may have different answers..... If they agree, then I will take that answer okay?! :D
Mr.Z
  • Mr.Z
I answered first though... I just messed up and took it down.
Wendy.Ivette11714
  • Wendy.Ivette11714
Oh okay :D
Mr.Z
  • Mr.Z
Oh WHALE, so what do you think it is?
Wendy.Ivette11714
  • Wendy.Ivette11714
No you didn't-.- you where typing
Mr.Z
  • Mr.Z
I did though... Did you not see the giant wall of text?
RAM231
  • RAM231
I did, but it disappeared when I was reading it....
RAM231
  • RAM231
Wait... So Mr.Z, do you agree with @Wendy.Ivenette11714 that the answer is 1? I believe so too.
RAM231
  • RAM231
@Mr.Z

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