Direct And Indirect Object Worksheet For Class 7

Some verbs are followed by two objects – a direct object and an indirect object.

The direct object is usually a thing whereas the indirect object is usually a person.

Example:

  • Mother bought me a nice necklace. (Indirect object – me; direct object – a necklace)

Note that the indirect object usually goes before the direct object. If it goes after the direct object, it is preceded by the preposition for or to.

  • My mother bought a nice necklace for me.

Direct and indirect object worksheet for class 7

Identify the direct and indirect objects in the following sentences.

1. Can you make me some tea?

2. I will get you something to drink.

3. My mother told me an interesting story.

4. I asked him the reason for his distress.

5. If she is angry, please send her some flowers.

6. I gave him my books.

7. She asked me an important question.

8. Dad bought me a bicycle for my birthday.

9. Please bring me that file.

10. You still owe me a treat.

Answers

1. Can you make me (indirect object) some tea (direct object)?

2. I will get you (indirect object) something (direct object) to drink.

3. My mother told me (indirect object) an interesting story (direct object).

4. I asked him (indirect object) the reason (direct object) for his distress.

5. If she is angry, please send her (indirect object) some flowers (direct object).

6. I gave him (indirect object) my books (direct object).

7. She asked me (indirect object) an important question (direct object).

8. Dad bought me (indirect object) a bicycle (direct object) for my birthday.

9. Please bring me (indirect object) that file (direct object).

10. You still owe me (indirect object) a treat (direct object).

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