-QUETSION- So, I know that for a while I will not be able to use the words Die, Das, Der, Dem, etc. correctly, but, my question is this: If you were in Germany, for instance, and you use the word Der where the word Die should have been used, would that be liking saying," An dog,' instead of,"A dog" in English? (I realize those words do not mean A or An, but I'm referring to the size of mistake it is) Like, they'd still be able to understand you, right?
No, the shop is not an indirect object -- it's not an object of "got" at all.
It's the complement of the preposition "from".
To a first approximation, objects of a verb aren't introduced by prepositions; prepositional phrases are sort of optional additions to the core verb structure.
"I went to the beach in a car with my friend on a Sunday during a shower without a towel...." -- that doesn't mean that the verb "went" takes half-a-dozen objects. In fact, in that sentence it has no object at all.