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i am unable to this question complete the following by adding noun clause
a)the fact is that__________________
b)this is a clear proof_______________

complete the following by adding noun clause
a)Thefact is that______________________
b)This clearly proof__________________

The fact is that "I am not sure what a noun clause is".

thatI am not sure what a noun clause is - is the predicate nominative in that sentence.

In the second sentence, This is a clear proof ..... make the noun clause the object of the preposition "of"
Repost what you come up with and I will be happy to check it for you.

The first one is wordy. "The fact is that" should be deleted, and you should simply say what you are going to say.

Wordy: The fact is that not all children read at age 6.
Better: Not all children read at age 6.

"This is clearly proof" -- problem is that "this" doesn't have a clear antecedent. What is "this"?

Cummins and Krashen's study is clearly proof that children can learn math well while studying English as their second language.

It might help us help you better if you tell us what the entire assignment or question is.

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i need adjectives to describe a winter scene.....


i need adjectives to describe a winter scene.....


Adjectives for winter.... think of synonyms for white, cold and windy.

You can find these at Keyword: Thesaurus

Here are some I found for cole - " arctic, bitter, cool, coolish, freezing, frigid, frosty, glacial, ice-cold, icy, nipping, nippy, numbing, polar, shivery, snappy, wintry
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