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    Exclamation "Nobody in the office knows whose car that is outside. Do you know who it belongs to?

    Hello All,

    "Nobody in the office knows whose car that is outside. Do you know who it belongs to?!

    What are the adjective clause and noun clause in the bold sentences?

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    Re: "Nobody in the office knows whose car that is outside. Do you know who it belongs

    Is this homework?

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    Re: "Nobody in the office knows whose car that is outside. Do you know who it belongs

    It must be homework. There can be no other reason for asking this question.

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