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    Noun Clause

    Do you know what ,that are they talking about? is it correct?

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    #2

    Re: Noun Clause

    Not a teacher.

    "Do you know what they are talking about?"

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    Re: Noun Clause

    You could say: "Do you know what it is that they are talking about?"
    I agree, however, that "Do you know what they are talking about" is correct and also simpler.

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    #4

    Re: Noun Clause

    Have Dan know the trip that they are going to? is it correct?

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    #5

    Re: Noun Clause

    Quote Originally Posted by Bamdad View Post
    Have Dan know the trip that they are going to? is it correct?
    No, it's not correct. Perhaps you mean something like "Let Dan know which/about the trip they are going on".

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    Re: Noun Clause

    Quote Originally Posted by Bamdad View Post
    Have Dan know the trip that they are going to? is it correct?
    Or maybe you mean:

    -Does Dan know that they are going to take a trip?

    -Does Dan know about the trip they are going to take?

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