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AG2 NOUN CLAUSES

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Augusto Casablanca

on 1 December 2016

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Transcript of AG2 NOUN CLAUSES

NOUN CLAUSES
THAT
QUESTION WORDS
WHETHER / IF
They are
dependent clauses
that perform the function of a regular
noun
.

SUBJECT
OBJECT
COMPLEMENT
SUBJECT
OBJECT
"
That I will come
is true."
"You know
(that) I hate him
."
"The reason is
(that) I love my child
."
"It's clear
(that)

you don't know anything
."
Subject Complement
Adjective Complement
Before a verb
After a verb
* That I talk to her makes her jealous.
* I can see that we will pass.
* I wonder where she is.
* Whether she's in the house is clear.
* I don't know if she is there.
* I'm not sure if she is there.
* Peter knows that Anna loves him.
* The problem was that nobody came.
* When she will visit us is obvious.
* It's nice what she said to Juan.

After the verb BE
After an adjective
"
why she is crying
is a mystery."
"I will never forget
when I met you
."
(what, why, when, where, etc.)
COMPLEMENT
"The problem is
where to give the party
."
"It's stupid
what she did to him
."
Subject Complement
Adjective Complement
Before a verb
After a verb
After the verb BE
After an adjective
SUBJECT
OBJECT
"
whether she loves me
is difficult to know."
"I don't know
if your dog is here
."
COMPLEMENT
"The issue is
whether he'll come
."
"we aren't sure
if we understood.
"
Subject Complement
Adjective Complement
Before a verb
After a verb
After the verb BE
After an adjective
(Subject noun clause with "that")
(Subject noun clause with "whether")
(Object noun clause with a question word)
(Adjective complement noun clause with "if")
(Adjective complement noun clause with a question word)
(Object noun clause with "if")
(Object noun clause with "that")
(Object noun clause with "that")
(Subject noun clause with a question word)
(Subject complement noun clause with "that")
What type of noun clauses are these?
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