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In English, we usually use the form Subject-Verb-Object (S-V-O). An example is: Jemima kicks the ball.
Subject-Verb-Object (S-V-O)
Subject Verb Object
I love you

A transitive verb has a direct object, which means it transmits action to another object. Something is being done to an object in these sentences.

An object in English grammar is a noun, a noun phrase, or a pronoun that is impacted by a verb's action. Objects provide complexity and texture to our language by allowing us to construct complicated phrases.

Definitions of object of the verb. the object that receives the direct action of the verb. synonyms: direct object. type of: object. (grammar) a constituent that is acted upon.

There are two different types of object: direct objects and indirect objects.

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