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My grandmother happily presented the family heirloom at the wedding.

In this sentence i believe heirloom is the direct object, presented is the verb but i need to know what the subject modifier is and is happily an adverb that describes presented?

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asked by jessy
  1. Yes, "heirloom" is the direct object and "presented" is the verb.

    The possessive pronoun "My" modifies the subject.

    And -- "happily" is an adverb describing "presented."

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