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Choose the sentence which contains an indirect object. A. It is difficult to save money. B. I spent it immediately. C. They gave me a bonus. D. I worked hard each day.
The sentence that contains an indirect object is: C. They gave me a bonus.
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User: Choose the sentence which contains an indirect object. A. It is difficult to save money. B. I spent it immediately. C. They gave me a bonus. D. I worked hard each day.

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The sentence that contains an indirect object is: C. They gave me a bonus.
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