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A: Try to use this one, it might work, have a look at the comment at the bottom: Update for release of version 1.0, of the Multi-disc ROM Menu: now the second disc doesn't need to have the DVD Region set, it automatically adapts the Disc to the region of the first disk. You can set the DVD Region in the setup menu. Included: two discs, one DVD region, moo.mobi (I'm not 100% sure, but it should also work with windows). Q: Is it possible to have a direct and indirect object in the same sentence? “Bob called Jane to wish her a happy birthday,” I write. “I called Bob to invite him to the party.” The first sentence seems to work. Is it valid? In the second sentence, “I called Bob” seems a little bit strange, because I’m saying I have called him indirectly. Is it okay to have a direct and an indirect object in the same sentence? A: The grammatical example you've given has a few problems: First, a direct object is usually called the "object" and can be marked with the definite article: "Bob called Jane to wish her a happy birthday." "I called Bob to invite him to the party." You can use "I" even though it is a nominative case, if you are an objective case. For example, if you are talking about "I", you can say: "I was sad when I discovered that you had thrown away all the books I had given you." In this case, "I" is used as the subject. Also, you might want to change "wish" to "wished." It sounds odd to say, "Bob wished Jane happy birthday." It is much more normal to say, "Bob called Jane to wish her happy birthday." Second, a sentence with both a direct and an indirect object (that is, "I called him to invite him") sounds a bit awkward, so it might be easier to simply say, "I invited Bob to the party." Third, you have not specified your grammatical context, so we can only guess: maybe you are describing an action from one person to another. In this case, the verb is usually reflexive: "I









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