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How is the noun clause used in the sentence? Bring whoever asks for a drink a glass of ice water. A. object of a preposition B. direct object C. predicate nominative D. indirect object I think its D.
texaschic101
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subject -- understood to be " you " verb -- bring bring what ?? a glass -- direct object bring a glass to who ? whoever asks for a drink -- noun clause used as an indirect object you are correct :)

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How is the noun clause used in the sentence? We will go along with whatever you decide. A. direct object B. indirect object C. object of a preposition D. predicate nominative
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