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Identify the sentence that contains a noun cluase in italics.
1) Betty wants "to harvest the corn".
2) "When should Betty" harves the corn?
3) Betty would like "to harvest the corn".
4) "What Betty wants" is to harvest the corn.
This one is #D, but again I am not sure.

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    Right again. :-) Sentence # 4 is the only one that has a noun clause.

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    Thank you Ms. Sue for all your help.

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    You're very welcome, Maya. :-)

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