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How is the entire noun clause used in the sentence? These young people turn their minds to whatever seems most mysterious. A. subject B. object of a preposition C. direct object D. predicate nominative
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i'm thinking maby B
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@NeonStrawsForever
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anonymous
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First, what is the noun clause?
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these young people.
anonymous
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Incorrect. Prepositions often begin with prepositional phrases. To complete the phrase, the preposition usually teams up with a noun, pronoun, or gerund, or the object of the preposition.
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At noon At = preposition; noon = noun or the object of the preposition.
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so (whatever seems most mysterious) then.?
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No. To help, they often state WHERE you are.
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Behind them Behind = preposition; them = pronoun or the object of the preposition.
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Try again.
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then is it D?
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Incorrect. The predicate nominative is the noun following a linking verb that restates or stands for the subject.
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then subject.
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Correct.
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so was it an idea then
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?
anonymous
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well i looked up the definition and it said person, place, thing, or idea that is doing or being something
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Subject: the person or thing that is being discussed or described
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ok well thanks another time.:)
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You're welcome.

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