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    Noun Clauses

    Please, find and write the noun clause in each sentence.

    A noun clause is a clause that plays the role of a noun.

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    1. Dividing her time in a good way is how she can do all housework during a day. .

    2. Buy some flowers for whomever you want. .

    3. Whichever historical place you select is amazing for me. .

    4. Write a postcard for whoever is invited for your goodbye party. .

    5. Does she know what the price of that house is? ?

    6. His greatest mark is that he is a hard worker..

    7. It's necessary to know why they make that decision. .

    8. I wonder how long we should bear this awful behaviour..

    9. She sells whichever books she writes. .

    10. Today is your free day. You can do whatever you want. .

    11. She is cooking some candies for when her children come home. .

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