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English, 30.01.2022 15:00 cherokeesiouxw72

DIRECTIONS: Underline the direct object in each sentence. If a sentence has an indirect object, circle or highlight it. 1. I got us tickets to the show.

2. Jamal gave Harry a book for his birthday.

3. Sally told Lia a joke.

4. I gave the cashier the money.

5. The announcer named the challengers.

6. The firefighter sounded the alarm.

7. The subway made local stops in the evening.

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