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What adjective is formed from the noun?

Examples of adjectives that are formed from a noun are: air (noun) - airy (adjective) artist (noun) - artistic (adjective) beauty (noun) - beautiful (adjective) blood (nou (MORE)

What is the noun clause in this sentence- We won't know whom the students chose for cheerleader until Monday morning?

The noun clause is "whom the students chose for cheerleader", which is the direct object of the verb "know". NOTE: The relative pronoun 'whom' is not correct. Although the (MORE)

What job is the noun clause doing in this sentence - We won't know whom the students chose for cheerleader until Monday morning?

The noun clause is "whom the students chose for cheerleader", which is the direct object of the verb "know". NOTE: The relative pronoun 'whom' is not correct. Although t (MORE)

Is Mrs Smith will loan whomever needs it money for lunch subject?

The subject of the sentence is "Mrs. Smith". The direct object of the verb "will loan" is "money" (the complete direct object is the noun phrase "money for lunch"). (MORE)

Is Mrs Smith will loan whomever needs it money for lunch a direct object?

The direct object of the verb "will loan" is "money" (the complete direct object is the noun phrase "money for lunch"). The indirect object is the noun clause "whomever n (MORE)