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How is the noun clause used in the sentence? Give whoever calls on the phone the directions to our house. A. Direct object B. Object of preposition C. Indirect object D. Predicate nominative
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And the tricky thing is that lots of people would say mistakenly "give whomever calls..." because they know there is some kind of object aspect but they don't realize that noun clauses need subject(whoever) and verb (calls).

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