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Noun Clauses

1. is this noun clause used as a predicate noun?
- Kendra is asking WHY you are acting that way.

2. is this noun clause used as direct object?

- Do you know WHO is in charge of counting votes?

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asked by Sara!
  1. You're right about #2, but not about #1. In order to have a predicate noun, the verb must be a linking verb, not an action verb ("is asking").

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  2. is # 1 direct object

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    posted by Sara!
  3. Yes, it's a direct object, too.

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