8569 noun clauses (1)

8569 noun clauses (1)

8569 noun clauses (1)
... c) Noun clauses which begin with that: A noun clause can be introduced by the word 'that' > I think that Ms Weiss is a good teacher In the sentence above, 'Ms Weiss is a good teacher' is a noun ... object of the verb 'think' That clauses are frequently used as the object of verbs which express mental activity Here are some common verbs followed by 'that clauses' Assume that believe that ... by "that" clause Here is an exercise for you: Complete the following with your own words Use noun clauses 1- I feel that -2- I wonder if 3- You are lucky that 4- It is a fact that -5-...
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Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Noun clauses

Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Noun clauses
... colloquialisms: hang-up send-up fry-up sha ke-up cover-up wind-up Some phrasal verbs have forms that we use as adjectives: a stand-up comedian a put-up job a get-out ciause give-away prices throwaway ... to decide once and for al1 what is to with juvenile offenders SECTION To-infinitive and -ing cliuses POSlTlONS IN A SENTENCE We can use to-infinitive clauses and -ing clauses in similar ... give-away prices throwaway lines There are only a few three-word noun phrases deriving from phrasal verbs: a put-you-up hand-me-downs a pick-me-up a For each of the sentences below, write a new sentence...
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Noun Clause_Practice 1

Noun Clause_Practice 1
... factory would break down made all the workers shocked a truth b fact c the fact of d the fact that 51 I wonder how much a cost these shoes b these shoes sost c these shoes cost d these shoes are ... If b When c Where d Why 60 This is the river has been polluted a what b why c whether d that 61 That is he was born a what b that c where d whether 62 They are just I shall have a that b which ... reason can 70 He always thinks of he can work better for the people a what b which c why d how 71 he will attend the meeting is certain a What b That c Which d Whether 72 Can you point out two...
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NOUN CLAUSES bai tapdap an

NOUN CLAUSES bai tapdap an
... there any students in the lab? (Can you find out …) Can you find out if there are any students in the lab? 18 Does he speak Spanish? (Can you tell me …) Can you tell me if he speaks Spanish? ... you tell me …) Can you tell me if he speaks Spanish? 19 Where does Fred live? (John wants to know …) John wants to know where Fred lives 20 What did she say? ( … wasn’t true.) What she said wasn't ... know …) I don't know whose pen this is 22 Is there life on other planets? (I wonder …) I wonder if there is life on other planets 23 When they arrive? (Do you know …) Do you know when they arrive?...
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Introduction to noun clauses

Introduction to noun clauses
... me A noun clause can begin with ‘that’ She said that she would come He said that he didn’t know the answer A noun clause can begin with a question word + to- infinitive I don’t know what to say ... to- infinitive I don’t know what to say (= I don’t know what I should say.) Be first to know when grammar rules change! Sign up to our newsletter here: englishgrammar.org (It's free) Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)...
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Could you find 21 errors in noun clauses

Could you find 21 errors in noun clauses
... importance of this invention was In sentence 13 there is one mistake: sequence of tense rule not followed Incorrect: Many students answered that it is the beginning of the information age Correct: ... explained what transistors were In sentence there are mistakes: incorrect punctuation and sequence of tense rule not followed Incorrect: He said, that they are very small electronic devices used in ... how transistors functioned in computers In sentence there is one mistake: sequence of tense rule not followed Incorrect: He said that the transistors were etched into tiny silicon microchips and...
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To practice changing questions into noun clauses

To practice changing questions into noun clauses
... Officer: Student B – Bank Customer/Witness: The police officer is going to ask you a lot of questions, but you are too scared to remember the answers anything Use noun clauses Begin your sentences ... Bank Customer/Witness: The police officer is going to ask you a lot of questions, but you are too scared to remember the answers anything Use noun clauses Begin your sentences with: I don’t know… ... whole experience Use noun clauses Begin your questions with: Could you tell me…? Do you remember…? Can you recall…? Please tell me… (or your own words) Student B – Bank Customer/Witness: The police...
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UEfAP grammar exercises clauses 1

UEfAP   grammar  exercises clauses 1
... Note: However long the subject, it cannot be separated from the predicate with a comma! http://www .uefap. net /18 9 grammar/ grammar exercises/ 779 grammar exercises clauses1 2/2 ... 25/2/2 016 UEfAP ­ Grammar: Exercises Clauses 1 2. The urethrais the pipe through which the urine or ejaculate passes 3. The sense that he captured of individual isolation in the modern environmentbears far stronger ... 8. This situationwill arise only very rarely if a regime of symptom control and no more has been adopted 9. The first yearbegan with an extraordinarily intense program in drawing 10 . The paintings that correctly remain from Joyant's and Dortu's chronologycomprise, in style, a fairly...
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Introduction to noun clauses

Introduction to noun clauses
... me A noun clause can begin with ‘that’ She said that she would come He said that he didn’t know the answer A noun clause can begin with a question word + to- infinitive I don’t know what to say ... what to say (= I don’t know what I should say.) Stay on top of your writing! Download our grammar guide from www.englishgrammar.org to stay up -to- date Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org) ...
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