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Directions say: Identify subordinate clause and tell whether it is an adjective clause, adverb clause, or a noun clause.

1) Along a racetrack, he set up many cameras whose shutters were controlled by threads stretched across the track.:adjectival clause

2) They were the first artists in history to know exactly what a horse really looked like at each point in its stride.:adverb clause

Directions say Identify the noun clause and tell how it is used: subject, predicate nominative, direct object, indirect object or object of a perposition.

1) My sister Michelle made another discovery at the bowling alley.: direct object

2) Later on, I was pleasantly surprised by the delicious baked beans.:???

3) Someone should give whoever invented Boston baked beans an award. : objective position

Question: any mistakes, or rather anything correct?
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Hi,

Directions say: Identify subordinate clause and tell whether it is an adjective clause, adverb clause, or a noun clause.

1) Along a racetrack, he set up many cameras whose shutters were controlled by threads stretched across the track.:adjectival clause OK

2) They were the first artists in history to know exactly what a horse really looked like at each point in its stride.:adverb clause

what a horse really looked like at each point in its stride is a noun clause

Directions say Identify the noun clause and tell how it is used: subject, predicate nominative, direct object, indirect object or object of a perposition.

1) My sister Michelle made another discovery at the bowling alley.: direct object I don't see a subordinate clause here at all. What you identified is just a phrase.

2) Later on, I was pleasantly surprised by the delicious baked beans.:??? No subordinate clause here

3) Someone should give whoever invented Boston baked beans an award. : objective position

whoever invented Boston baked beans is a noun clause, used as an indirect object

Question: any mistakes, or rather anything correct?


Best wishes, Clive
Clive, hi

Read the second direction again!
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HI again,

I did. Am I missing something?

Best wishes, Clive
InchoateknowledgeDirections say Identify the noun clause and tell how it is used: subject, predicate nominative, direct object, indirect object or object of a perposition.
Shouldn't it say noun phrase? Just guessing... Emotion: smile
1) whose shutters ... track adjective clause (correct)
2) what a horse really ... stride noun clause
(to know what a horse ... stride adjective clause)

1) No noun clause present.
2) No noun clause present.
3) whoever ... baked beans indirect object

CJ
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Noun clause is noun phrase, sorry about that.
It was a typo.
By the way, thanks for you all
... thanks toyou all Emotion: smile
on number two of noun clauses, where you put ???, it is a direct object, and, on number three of noun clauses, the clause is Whoever invented Boston baked beans, and it's a direct object.
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