The object is the part of a sentence that receives action.
Example: He threw the ball [direct object].
An object complement renames or describes a direct object.
Example: He named his monkey [direct object], Meep [object
An indirect object identifies to what or to whom the action of a verb is directed.
Example: He sold me [indirect object] his car [direct object].
The word me—along with other pronouns such as him, us, and them—is not always an indirect object; it can also serve as a direct object.
Example: Save me!
See Subjective Case.