The subject's action or state. An object is a person or thing that is influenced by a verb's action.
The word 'object' is usually used to refer to the thing or person to whom the action is directed. Alternatively, the one who is the recipient of the action. In a sentence, a direct object is a noun or pronoun that receives the action of a verb.
A verb is a word or a group of words that describes an action, a state of being, or a situation. The component of a phrase that tells us what the subject does is called a verb. The heart of an English phrase is a verb.
In a sentence, a verb is the action or state of being. Depending on when the action is performed, verbs can be stated in different tenses. Some instances are as follows: Jennifer, for example, walked to the store.
Typically, noun phrases are used as objects (a noun or pronoun and any dependent words before or after it). In a clause, objects usually come after the verb: Everyone likes her. She is well-versed in every subject.