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Hello, everyone!

I was wondering if this sentence is correct :

What do you think that students should wear school uniforms ?

=> What do you think that S + V ?

or What do you think of that S + V ?

'That clause' can be object of preposition ?

Thanks,

Gooday!
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TasmanTiger What do you think that students should wear school uniforms ?
Not exactly.

This is correct:
Do you think that students should wear school uniforms ?
The noun clause is the direct object.

Compare with:

What do you think?
What is the direct object.

What do you think of the situation /fact that students should wear school uniforms ?
The adjective clause modifies the noun situation or fact.

What do you think of that?
That is the direct object of the phrasal verb "think of". It is not correct that that would also introduce a clause.
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What do you think of that?

That is the direct object of the phrasal verb "think of" .

If so , what is 'what'?
Sorry, my error.

What is the direct object. Of that is a modifier, restricting "what."
Thank you , AlpheccaStars!

I got it!

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