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Definition of "noun clauses"



 
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Definition of "noun clauses" #1 (permalink) Wed Nov 15, 2006 16:51 pm   Definition of "noun clauses"
 

What are noun clauses?

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Definition of "noun clauses" #2 (permalink) Wed Nov 15, 2006 17:03 pm   Definition of "noun clauses"
 

Hi,

A noun clause like a simple noun can be the subject/object/complement of a main clause as in

1 What you would really like is a nice cup of tea (subject)
2 They explained what we wanted to know (object)
3 A nice cup of tea is what you would really like (complement)

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Difference between adjective, adverb and noun clause #3 (permalink) Wed Nov 19, 2008 16:34 pm   Difference between adjective, adverb and noun clause
 

please i want know the difference between adjective.adverb and noun clause
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