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What is an object?



Here are two senses for object:

  1. An object, traditionally defined, is either a direct object or an indirect object.
  2. An object, in some usages, is any grammatical relation other than subject.
  Here are some kinds of objects:
  An object is a kind of

Crystal 1985 211


Hartmann and Stork 1972 155–156


Mish 1991 814


Comrie 1989 66

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