Object/Subject

M. P. Moore

Read the statements below and write in the correct word. Remember the differences between the words.

Object "That to which a feeling or action is directed." (n.); To oppose

Subject "That about which something is predicated." (n.); "To cause to undergo." (v.)


  1. Her matronly appearance and antiquated ideas were (objects/subjects) of a great deal of ridicule.
  2. Links to reference material:
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  3. That anyone could (object/subject) another human being to such physical and emotional torture was inconceivable.
  4. Your answer:


  5. I (object/subject) to my adversary's characterization of my client's actions as criminal.
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  7. The (object/subject) of the game is to outwit your opponent.
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  9. Among the (objects/subjects) addressed at last week's symposium was racial discrimination.
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