"I am happy that you are quick to act, but I am happier that I am quicker."
*Note: quick to act = fast to move
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Noun Clauses Introduction

Definition:

A clause is a group of words that have a subject and verb within the same group. Simply, a noun clause can take the place of the noun in a sentence.

Example:

1. He is glad to be done.

2. They were good to go.

3. She was quick to act.



There are three different kinds of noun clauses:
1. A noun Clause that starts with whether or if.
2. A Noun Clause that starts with a question.
3. A Noun Clause that starts with the word "that"

 

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