Noun Clauses

A noun clause is a type of dependent clause that functions as a noun and begins with a relative adverb or relative pronoun (that, what, when, where, which or who).

Examples of Noun Clauses

Some examples of noun clauses would be the following:

Avery knew that running against Micah for class president would be a lost cause.

Everyone was shocked by what was happening before our eyes.

Where the band’s next tour will stop has not been announced.

I will call to let you know when the party balloons will be ready for pick up.

We all decided which of the popsicle flavors was the best.

Want to try GrammarFlip for yourself?

Get 30 days free

Explore More Lessons & Curriculum: