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How is the entire noun clause used in the sentence? We had not agreed on where we would meet. A. direct object B. object of a preposition C. subject D. predicate nominative

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    @KEYS

  2. anonymous
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    Like any noun, a noun clause can be a subject, an object, or a complement

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    i'd say C. because the subject is where we going to meet...what is the place...they're trying to figure out what to agree on.

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