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18 Soal (Essay) Noun Clause Beserta Jawaban

Soal (Uraian) Materi Noun Clause

1. How do you change a noun phrase into a noun clause?

Jawaban:
Replace noun phrase with noun clause
1. No one can guess the time of his arrival.
2. I predict a change in the weather.
3. I heard of his success.
4. Nobody knows the reason of his failure.
5. The jury believed the man guilty.
6. The doctors expect an improvement in his health.
7. I know him to be trustworthy.
8. He confessed his guilt.


2. What do noun clauses start with?

Jawaban:
Noun clauses often begin with pronouns, subordinating conjunctions, or other words. The introductory word generally has a grammatical function in the sentence. Hint: Whoever/Whomever - the correct choice in formal writing is whichever pronoun is correct in the subordinate sentence.


3. What is difference between adjective and noun clause?

Jawaban:
Noun clause functions as a noun. It can act as the subject, object, and the subject complement. Adjective clause functions as an adjective and modifies the noun.


4. How do you reduce noun clauses?

Jawaban:
Some noun clauses can be reduced to infinitive phrases: Noun clause: They told me that I should drive. (command)...
Adjective complement:
1. We are all afraid (that) the final exam will be difficult.
2. I'm sorry (that) I'm late.
3. I'm not sure whether we can still go.


5. What questions does a noun clause answer?

Jawaban:
Like a noun, a noun clause acts as the subject or object of a verb or the object of a preposition, answering the questions "who(m)?" or "what?".


6. How do you combine sentences using noun clauses?

Jawaban:
Make one of the simple sentences the principal clause and change the other clauses into subordinate clauses. Note that the subordinate clause can be a noun clause, an adverb clause or an adjective clause. A noun clause acts as the subject or object of a verb


7. What is noun clause and examples?

Jawaban:
A noun clause is a clause that plays the role of a noun. For example (noun clauses shaded): I like what I see. (Like all clauses, a noun clause has a subject and a verb. In this example, the subject of the clause is "I" and the verb is "see.")


8. How do you identify a noun clause in a sentence?

Jawaban:
Simply put, a noun clause is a dependent clause that takes the place of a noun in the sentence. A dependent clause is a phrase that can't stand on its own as a complete sentence. If a dependent clause can stand in for a person, place, or thing, then it's a noun clause.


9. What is a noun clause in grammar?

Jawaban:
A noun clause is a dependent clause that acts as a noun. It can be used as the subject, direct object, indirect object, object of a preposition, subject complement, or appositive.