Voyages in English 2018 Gr. 5 Practice Bk

© Loyola Press. Voyages in English Grade 5 Section 1 • 13 Name Date For additional help, review pages 16–17 in your textbook or visit A noun can be the indirect object of a verb. The indirect object tells to whom, to what, for whom, or for what the action was done. A sentence can have an indirect object only if it has a direct object. Circle the indirect object in each sentence. The direct object is italicized. 1. Mrs. Swain bought Shana a new dress for the party. 2. Mr. Chin showed the class his pictures of Africa. 3. Dad gave Tad permission to use the car. 4. Our community center offers homeless people shelter. 5. The childcare program brought the center statewide attention. 6. A skateboard team promised the afterschool club a demonstration. 7. Robert and his friends offer young kids tennis lessons. 8. Mr. Williams teaches them basic skills in math. 9. Briana handed the children important safety equipment. 10. The president awarded the crew a medal of honor. Underline the direct object and circle the indirect object in each sentence. 11. Manuel sold his cousin a used computer. 12. The mayor promised our town a new library. 13. Ms. Howe gave the groups time for their projects. 14. I always tell my friends jokes. 15. The mail carrier brought Lisa a package. 16. The food pantry gives local families groceries. Rewrite each sentence so that it has an indirect object. 17. Ms. Thomas assigned a research project to our class. 18. His younger brother paid too much money to the clerk. 19. The magician showed a fascinating card trick to the audience. 1.8 Nouns as Indirect Objects