Voyages in English 2018 Gr. 5 Practice Bk

© Loyola Press. Voyages in English Grade 5 14 • Section 1 Name Date For additional help, review pages 16–17 in your textbook or visit www.voyagesinenglish.com. 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. Underline the direct object and circle the indirect object in each sentence. 1. Dad promised our family a camping trip at the lake up north. 2. Dad built Ben a wooden canoe of his own. 3. Ms. Cahill gave Ben maps of the wilderness areas in Canada. 4. Ben showed his friends the places he wanted to go. 5. Just before they left, Ben gave his sister a toy paddle. Write an indirect object that completes each sentence. 6. The firefighters told the plan for evacuating the school. 7. Many students promised the an orderly exit. 8. The school administration gave a practice fire alarm exercise. 9. The teachers taught the exit route. 10. I offered tutoring help after school. 11. The principal awarded the Helpful Tutor prize this week. 12. Jody reads silly poems and funny stories. 13. Many volunteers give their time and devotion. 14. Volunteers everywhere offer hope and support. 15. Some of those same people now lend their time and help. Complete each sentence by writing an indirect object and a direct object. 16. The city council promised . 17. The coach of the soccer team showed . 18. The team manager handed . 19. Paul offered . 20. To start the game, the center kicked . 21. The referee blew his whistle and gave . 1.8 Nouns as Indirect Objects

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