Noun Clause Worksheets

What is a noun clause? A noun clause is a dependent clause with a noun and a verb that work together to act like a noun in a sentence. They can be used as subjects or objects. Ex. We can eat whatever you wantHow you can choose from this menu is beyond me.  In the sentences above "whatever you want" is the direct object of "eat" while "how you can choose from this menu" is the subject of its sentence. These clauses contain both a subject and verb and act like a noun. Learn how to recognize and understand the role of a noun clause with the practice worksheets below.

Noun Clauses: Acting as a Noun

Here’s a worksheet on finding the function of a noun phrase in a sentence!

Writing with Noun Clauses

Let’s write some sentences using noun phrases!