anonymous
  • anonymous
Any help would be great Noun Clause with an object of preposition.
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jameshorton
  • jameshorton
noun clause can act as a subject of a verb Read more at http://grammar.yourdictionary.com/parts-of-speech/nouns/noun-clause.html#yYdMeGuEz4iEOmG7.99
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
i hope that helps
anonymous
  • anonymous
A noun clause is a group of words that contains a subjct and a verb. Example: I know that the tide is turning. here , "that tide is turning" is noun clause @Allenismyname

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anonymous
  • anonymous
understated this ?@Allenismyname

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