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    noun clause

    Does the noun clause modifies the verb?


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    Re: noun clause

    does the noun clause modifies the verb?

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    Re: noun clause

    Hello Nataly

    A noun clause can be the subject of a verb or the object of a verb or preposition:

    1. What he said wasn't important. (noun clause as subject)

    2. I didn't hear what he said. (noun clause as object)

    MrP

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