Grammar Quiz

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What is the function of a direct object?

A. A direct object is a word that puts stalled objects into motion.

B. A direct object is a word that indicates location.

C. A direct object is the “who” or “what” that does the verb.

D. A direct object can be identified by finding the subject and verb first.

Select your answer:
A  B  C  D  E 

Your Answer was : e > Wrong! :(


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Stop. I told her. “You’re not being very nice.”

Which of the following corrects the punctuation error in these sentences?
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A. Stop, I told her. “You’re not being very nice.”

B. Stop, I told her “you’re not being very nice.”

C. I told her, “You’re not being very nice.”

D. I told her “you’re not being very nice.”


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