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Nouns Used as Direct Objects


A noun or pronoun used as a direct object tells who or what is receiving the action of the verb.
In this sentence, the verb shows
Let’s look at an example: the action “sang.”
The noun “song” is the direct
The little boy sang a song. object because it tells what the
boy sang.

In each sentences below, underline the verb that shows the action and circle the
direct object that receives the action.

1. The teacher wrote a letter.

2. The students completed their homework.

3. The chef cooked the meal.

4. The worker painted the garage.

5. The electrician repaired the outlet.

6. The teacher taught an algebra lesson.

7. The baker baked some bread.

8. The musician played his trumpet.

9. The dog dug a hole.

10. The farmer grew some corn.

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Name: Key

Nouns Used as Direct Objects


A noun or pronoun used as a direct object tells who or what is receiving the action of the verb.
In this sentence, the verb shows
Let’s look at an example: the action “sang.”
The noun “song” is the direct
The little boy sang a song. object because it tells what the
boy sang.

In each sentences below, underline the verb that shows the action and circle the
direct object that receives the action.

1. The teacher wrote a letter.

2. The students completed their homework.

3. The chef cooked the meal.

4. The worker painted the garage.

5. The electrician repaired the outlet.

6. The teacher taught an algebra lesson.

7. The baker baked some bread.

8. The musician played his trumpet.

9. The dog dug a hole.

10. The farmer grew some corn.

Copyright © 2013 K12reader.com. All Rights Reserved. Free for educational use at home or in classrooms. www.k12reader.com