erty
  • erty
One consideration was *which house has more space*. The bolded words are what kind of clause? adverb clause adjective clause noun clause
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It's a noun clause serving as a noun complement following the verb "to be". It is more obviously a noun clause if you change the order of the words in the original sentence to "Which house has more space was one consideration", where "which house has more space" is clearly the subject of the verb "was". Hope I helped :)
erty
  • erty
Thanks! You really did help a lot.
anonymous
  • anonymous
No problem :) Glad I could help, good luck on your test!

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