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Question

1. What is the function of the noun clause in this sentence:

"That you are ready to graduate is very clear to me."

a. direct object
b. subject
c. indirect object
d. appositive

3. Which sentence uses a dependent clause to correctly combine the two adjective sentences:

Jamie was at the top of the key. He made the game-winning basket.

a. James was at the top of the key and made the game-winning basket.
b. Because James was at the top of the key, so he made the game-winning basket.
c. James was at the top of the key; he made the game-winning basket.
d. Because James was at the top of the key, he made the game-winning basket.

2 Answer

  • Here are the answers to the given questions above:
    1. "That you are ready to graduate" is the noun clause in the given sentence, and this noun clause functions as the subject. The answer would be option B.
    3. The sentence that uses 
    a dependent clause to correctly combine the two adjective sentences is this: Because James was at the top of the key, he made the game-winning basket. The answer is option D.
    Hope this answer helps. 
  • Answer:

    Q1: B- Subject

    Q3: D- Because James was at the top of the key, he made the game-winning basket.

    Explanation:

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