Who was Peter Minuet?
Asked in Colonial America
Are Peter Minuit and Peter Minuet the Same person?
Asked in United States of America, Delaware
Why did peter minuet and swedish people come to Delaware?
Asked in Classical Music
How does a scherzo differ from a minuet?
Asked in Ballroom Dancing
Where and when was the minuet ballroom dance born?
Asked in Sentence and Word Structure, Nouns
Is minuet a direct object?
The word 'minuet' is a noun, a word for a type of ballroom dance; a word for a thing. A noun can function as the subject of a sentence or a clause, and as the direct or indirect object of a verb, and as the object of a preposition. Example uses: The minuet is not hard to learn. (subject of the sentence) The period that the minuet was most popular was the seventeenth century. (subject of the relative clause) Would you like to learn the minuet? (direct object of the verb 'learn') Would you like to give the minuet a try? (indirect object of the verb 'give') The musicians are practicing the music for a minuet. (object of the preposition 'for') The word 'minuet' is also a verb: minuet, minuets, minueting, minueted.