Direct Objects
Direct Objects Definition
A direct object is a noun or pronoun that receives the action of a verb (and can never be inside a prepositional phrase).
Examples of Direct Objects

Some examples of direct objects would be the following:

Georgia spiked the volleyball over the net.

I wore hiking boots on our camping trip.

Jaden plays trumpet in the school jazz band.

Kevin asked Russell for a stick of gum.

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