Objective Case - 22

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The Objective Case. 


The objective case shows the object of a transitive verb.

E.g. :
A gust of wind blew the door opened.
Guwani was hanging her head.

It can also be the objective complement of a transitive verb.

E.g. :
We have made him secretary.
They call her Pawani.

Some transitive verbs take two objects; call the Direct object and the Indirect object.

E.g. :
Tell me the truth.
They sent me this book.
Will you teach me Sinhalese?

In these examples me is the Indirect object, and truth, this book and Sinhalese are the Direct objects.

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