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Noun Clause. “Ever since you first toddled into a school door, your teachers have been telling you that a noun is a person, place, thing or idea.”. Remember:. 1. A noun is a part of speech. 2. Subjects and objects are parts of the sentence. 3. Nouns function as subjects or objects.

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“Ever since you first toddled into a school door, your teachers have been telling you that a noun is a person, place, thing or idea.”


Remember
Remember: teachers have been telling you that a

  • 1. A noun is a part of speech.

  • 2. Subjects and objects are parts of the sentence.

  • 3. Nouns function as subjects or objects.

  • 4. THEREFORE… Nouns = subjects or objects!


Example the burrito gave me heartburn

Example: teachers have been telling you that a The burrito gave me heartburn.

Burrito and heartburn are the nouns in this sentence. Gave is the verb and burrito is the subject.


Remember1

Remember… teachers have been telling you that a

To find the subject of a sentence, locate the verb and ask who or what about the verb.


Hint dependent signal which introduce noun clauses
Hint… Dependent signal which introduce noun clauses teachers have been telling you that a


And you can add to the list various forms of ever

AND… you can add to the list various forms of “-ever” teachers have been telling you that a

Whoever

Whenever

Whatever

Wherever


Always keep in mind

Always keep in mind… teachers have been telling you that a

Many of these words are flexible and can do different things in different sentences.


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