Lesson: Parts of Speech - Subjects and Objects

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In the following 2 sentences what will be the object:
1. Paola's fear of cotton is a source of delight among her friends.
2. Behind the pickle factory sits Edna Miller's beautiful home.
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Neither of these sentences has an object. An object is acted upon my the subject (more here: http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/indirectobject.htm)

Yes, in the video I say that an object (roughly speaking) is any noun that it not a subject. However, for the purpose of the GMAT, this definition is all you need.

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