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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122387: Noun Clauses
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    Noun Clauses


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





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    1. She does not know who is pursuing her with the motorcycle. .

    2. I do not know how much longer we have to row. .

    3. He does not know why his wife had a casual manner. .

    4. Do you remember where the casual meeting happened last year? .

    5. She does not know when her father has pledged to call her. .

    6. I do not know who an underdog is in the competition. .

    7. We do not know which file has been duplicated. .

    8. Does she know where smoking is forbidden? .

    9. Do you know how your brother expanded his business? .

    10. They know which factories pollute the air. .

    11. Do you know how they can improve the comic strips? .










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