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In the following sentence, I'm trying to figure out which is the direct object:

On a trip like this, one must be careful about gas consumption.

I know that the subject is one and the verb is be but I'm not sure what the direct object would be.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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    That's not surprising, since this sentence is intransitive and therefore doesn't have a direct object. – John Lawler May 10 at 2:29
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Intransitive verbs don’t need an object so in your sentence there isn’t any object

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