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verb subject direct or indirect object

Direct Object:
→→→Bellalesse loves slackbot.←←←
⇒ the subject Bellalesse is loving something, but what is that something? The direct object takes place on it, the direct subject is "slackbot". The direct object slackbot is answering the question "who does Belalesse loves?"
→→→Jessa and Domini stamps their foot←←←
⇒ the subject Jessa and Domini is stamping, but what are they stamping? The direct object takes place on it, the direct subject is "their foot". The direct object their foot is answering the question "what does Jessa and Domini is stamping?" 

Indirect Object:
←←←Ani gave a mango to Monika→→→
⇒ the subject Ani gave something, what is the something. Yeah, it is a mango, "a mango" here is a direct object, and the phrase "to Monika" answers the question "who received a mango gave by Ani?" so here, "to monika" is our indirect object.
←←←Rudolph bought a gorgeous house for Mizu→→→
⇒ the subject Rudolph bought something, what is the someting. Yeah, it is a gorgeous house, "a gorgeous gouse" here is a direct object, and the phrase "for Mizu" answers the question "why did Rudolph bought a gorgeous house?" Yeah, it is for Mizu, so here, "for Mizu" is our indirect object. 

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