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# 1) Sally emailed me. sub:sally verb: emailed object

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1) Sally emailed me.
sub:sally
verb: emailed
object pronoun:me. (emailed whom? me)

2) The merchant offered him a good deal.
sub: the merchant
verb: offered
object: a good deal (offered what ? a good deal)
object pronoun: him

Are the above two sentences correct? My doubt in the second sentence is we have " object" and object pronoun". Is that right ?

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27 Jun 2012, 13:11
The sentences are both correct. Part of your confusion may be on account of the fact that the sentences have slightly different structures. In the first sentence, there is what is termed a "direct object". The second sentence, however, employs an "indirect object". In both of these sentences, the basic idea is the same; a subject performs a verb on/to/for/with regard to an object.

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