German Help - Pronoun is a word that you use to refer to...

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is a word that you use to refer to someone or something when you do not need to use a noun, often because the person or thing has been mentioned earlier. Examples are `it', `she', `something', and `myself Indirect object is an object which is used with a transitive verb to indicate who benefits from an action or gets something as a result. For example, in `She gave him her address', `him' is the indirect object Direct object of a transitive verb is the noun group which refers to someone or something directly affected by or involved in the action performed by the subject. For example, in `I saw him yesterday', `him' is the direct object. Indirect object is an object which is used with a transitive verb to indicate who benefits from an action or gets something as a result. For example, in `She gave him her address', `him' is the indirect object Imperative contains the base form of a verb and usually has no subject. Examples are `Go away' and `Please be careful'. Clauses of this kind are typically used to tell someone to do something. Cases
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2009 for the course GER 112 taught by Professor Any during the Spring '09 term at Oregon State.

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German Help - Pronoun is a word that you use to refer to...

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