The Indirect Object

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The Indirect Object is built up with the preposition "to", characteristic of the Dative case, or with the preposition "for". However if it is formed of a single word, especially when it is expressed by a personal pronoun or proper name, the preposition is omitted.
I wrote a letter to him yesterday.
I wrote him a letter yesterday.

Traditional grammar distinguish betw[...]
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The Indirect Object is built up with the preposition "to", characteristic of the Dative case, or with the preposition "for". However if it is formed of a single word, especially when it is expressed by a personal pronoun or proper name, the preposition is omitted.
I wrote a letter to him yesterday.
I wrote him a letter yesterday.

Traditional grammar distinguish between 2 possibilities of using or not using preposition by means denominations prepositional Dative/ non-prepositional Dative or prepositional Indirect Object/ non-prepositional Indirect Object.
From a structural point of view the Indirect Object is of 2 kinds:
1) A long Indirect Object (prepositional Indirect Object) preceded by preposition "to" or "for"
2) A short Indirect Object (non-prepositional Indirect Object) are accompanied by a preposition

The Preposition Object is the part of the sentence very much controverts in the traditional and modern grammar on account of the fact that some grammarians consider it a particulate of the Indirect Object while others recognize it as a secret part of the sentence. In English Prepositional Objects are grouped in rather formal way, on account of the fact that they are made up of : nouns or nouns equivalents; generally speaking in order to identify the preposition object; one must make sure, first, that the part of the sentence analyzed is somewhat similar to an Indirect Object.

The preposition Object can be defined as a secondary part of the sentence, completing the meaning of the verb in the sentence, of a noun or of an adjective and consisting of a noun or a noun equivalent preceded by a preposition.
In point of form it is to be identify by non-specific question made up of a preposition followed by an interrogative pronoun by whom? In what ? Through what? To which? About what? With whom? Against what? In whose favour?The prepositional object is closely connected with verbs which take an obligatory preposition or can't be constructed without the preposition in most of the contexts such as to wait for, to dream of, to aim at, to bose of.
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