INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS In this lesson you will learn to use INDIRECT OBJECT pronouns. First you must learn to distinguish between DIRECT OBJECTS and.

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INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNSIn this lesson you will learn to use INDIRECT OBJECT pronouns. First you must learn to distinguish between DIRECT OBJECTS and INDIRECT OBJECTS in sentences. Let's look at the following two examples: INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNSMr. Garcia sent her the money.DIRECT OBJECT - What he actually sends (money)INDIRECT OBJECT - Who he sends it to (her)INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNSDecide which is the DIRECT OBJECT and which is the INDIRECT OBJECT in the following sentence.Mary is going to fix me a sandwich. Direct object sandwichThat's what she is going to fix for me. Indirect object me Mary is going to fix the sandwich for WHO?. INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNSmehimherHe gaveita present.usyouthem Indirect ObjectDirect ObjectINDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNSIMeHeHimSheHerWeUsYouYouTheyThemWhat did your parents give you?Page 7 #1-4What did your parents give you for your birthday?They gave me a CD player.Indirect Object: MeDirect Object:CD playerClosure1.)What did you learn today?2.) Write one sentence using INDIRECT OBJECT.WIP- next day to reviewWIP 10 minutesWrite in your journal about your last birthday. What did you do on your birthday? Did your family or friends give you any presents? Write about it.Remember---Use Indirect Object (me, him, her, us, you, them)

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