Dependent Clauses. There are 3 different types of dependent clauses. Noun Clause (NC) Adjective Clause (AdjC) Adverb Clause (AdvC). Noun Clause ( NC ). [S+V/] that acts like a noun Example: I think [you are sick]. I think [ you are sick ]. V. S. O.
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Ithink[you are sick].
Objects are nouns; this entire clause acts like a singular noun, so it is a noun clause.
I think Spiderman is the best superhero.
I think that Spiderman is the best superhero.
This entire clause acts like an adjective, so it is an adjective clause.
This clause gives information about how or why the action happened, so it acts like an adverb.