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can u please give me a sentence for this phrase as a noun clause?

what the score was

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  1. Again -- try using it to start your sentence -- make it the subject.

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  2. could this be right??

    what the score was was a B+

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  3. Yes, that's correct.

    Try some of the other variations I gave you in a previous post (go down the list).

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