Subordination in noun clauses

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Subordination : 

Subordination Marcum Lin 05.10.2009

Question ?? : 

Question ?? When did I rule the world? Do you know when I ruled the world? (indirect speech) Indirect speech Question word + Subject + verb

Subordination (noun clauses) : 

Subordination (noun clauses) His house is beautiful. (single-word noun) Where he lives is beautiful. (noun clause) Functions: Subject: Whenever we start will be fine with me. Object: Did you know that they weren’t going to help us? Object of the preposition: Aren’t you concerned about how long it will take? Complement of the adjectives: I’m not sure how much time we’ll need.

Subordinating conjunctions or subordinators : 

Subordinating conjunctions or subordinators Who Whoever Whom Whomever What whatever Which Whichever Where Wherever When whenever How However Whose Why Whether that How much How many How long How often How soon

Word order of noun clause : 

Word order of noun clause I don’t know where Bob went last night. I can’t understand why she has left the children alone. I don’t believe what they said about you yesterday. NOUN CLAUSE subordinator Subject verb Remainder of sentence

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I can’t tell you who borrowed my book. She understands what happened. Nobody knows which came first, the chicken or the egg. Word order of noun clause NOUN CLAUSE Subordinator subject verb Remainder of sentence

Noun clause & Adjective clause : 

Noun clause & Adjective clause Who, that Noun clause : I heard that you passed the test. Adjective clause: Are you the one that passed the test? Example: That was when I ruled the world. That was the time that I ruled the world.

Exercises (noun clause as a subject) : 

Exercises (noun clause as a subject) Underline the subjects. And write NC. Our discussion was private. What we discussed was private. Her reasons for being angry surprised me. Why she was angry surprised me. What she said was rude. What she said was rude.

Exercises (noun clause as a object) : 

Underline the objects. And write NC. I don’t know the answer. I don’t know what the answer is. I like where she lives. I like where she lives. I don’t know him. I don’t know who he is. Exercises (noun clause as a object)

Exercises (noun clause as adjective complement) : 

convinced, aware, certain, positive, confident, afraid. Ex: use a noun clause after the adjective. He always denies it. We are aware. We are aware that he always denies it. He doesn’t think anybody sees him. I’m sure. I’m sure that he doesn’t think anybody sees him. Exercises (noun clause as adjective complement)

Listen to the Song (What I’ve done) : 

Listen to the Song (What I’ve done) What I’ve done (Linkin Park) Refrain: so let the mercy come, and wash away what I’ve done. I’ll face my self. To across out what I’ve done. Erase myself, and let go of what I’ve done. Forgiving What I’ve Done.

Listen to the Song (What I’ve done) : 

Mark the Noun Clause. so let the mercy come, and wash away what I’ve done. I’ll face my self. To across out what I’ve done. Erase myself, and let go of what I’ve done. Forgiving What I’ve Done. Listen to the Song (What I’ve done) Object of the preposition Object of the preposition Object Object of the preposition

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Now, you are good at subordination. Just remember “Forgiving what I’ve done” Thanks for your listening.

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