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Types of Noun Clauses.

This tests you on 6 of the different 8 types of Noun Clauses.
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Noun Clause as Subject
Whoever ate my lunch is in big trouble.
Noun Clause as Subject
How you will finish all your homework on time is beyond me.
Noun Clause as Subject
That the museum cancelled the lecture disappoints me.
Noun Clause as Subject Complement
The truth was that the moving company lost all your furniture.
Noun Clause as Subject Complement
My question is whether you will sue the company for losses.
Noun Clause as Subject Complement
The first place winner will be whoever swims the farthest in an hour.
Noun Clause as Direct Object
The counselor has been wondering if she chose the right career.
Noun Clause as Direct Object
Do you know when the train should arrive?
Noun Clause as Direct Object
Our dog eats whatever we put in his bowl.
Noun Clause as Indirect Object
The judge will give what you said some deliberation during her decision.
Noun Clause as Indirect Object
The group has given that most Americans do not support their cause little consideration.
Noun Clause as Indirect Object
My parents gave that my brother wants his own car much thought.
Noun Clause as Object of a Preposition
Some people believe in whatever organized religion tells them.
Noun Clause as Object of a Preposition
We have been waiting for whoever will pick us up from the party.
Noun Clause as Object of a Preposition
My husband did not think about that I wanted some nice jewelry for my birthday.
Noun Clause as an Appositive
That man, whoever he is, tried to steal some library books.
Noun Clause as an Appositive
The problem, that the storm knocked out power, is affecting the entire town.
Noun Clause as an Appositive
Your question, whether you should wear the blue dress or pink one, is frivolous in the situation.