[Grammar] Noun Clause

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Bamdad

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

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Not a teacher.

"Do you know what they are talking about?"
 

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

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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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