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The noun clauses part of the site currently has a limited selection of worksheets with a grand total of 11. In order to provide the best resources for ESL teachers, there are many different sections of the site but Busy Teacher still relies on contributions from its members so submit your worksheets related to noun clauses today and improve this section of the website. Other teachers will appreciate your hard work. This worksheet includes some sentences with noun clauses and has a lot of information on other types of clauses and sentence structures too. Honestly it includes a lot of information that you, rather than your students, may find useful but you could also use the sentences from the worksheet in some of your lessons. They would make very good example sentences. For more worksheets on clauses, consider browsing the general clauses page instead of the various subcategory pages and you may come across exactly what you were looking for.

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GRAMMAR TIP:What Are Noun Clauses?
In grammar, a noun phrase, nominal phrase, or nominal group (abbreviated NP) is a phrase based on a noun, pronoun, or other noun-like word (nominal) optionally accompanied by modifiers such as adjectives. Noun phrases normally consist of a head noun, which is optionally modified ("premodified" if the modifier appears before the noun; "postmodified" if the modifier follows the noun).
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Common and Proper Nouns

Common and Proper Nouns

Karen Galindo
This worksheet contains the definitions of proper and common nouns.  Additionally, it features a table to fill in with examples of those nouns. The table is divided into places, things and pe ...
1 Views 2,393 BegElemPre-IntInt
Movie Worksheet: Noun Clauses Activity with Youtube Video

Movie Worksheet: Noun Clauses Activity with Youtube Video

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The worksheet is the dialogue from a youtube video of a Jay Lennon character interviewing the 2012 Republican Primary election. Instead of talking about politics, they discuss noun clauses with a ...
4 Views 66,730 Pre-IntIntAdv
Song Worksheet: Home from Sesame Street

Song Worksheet: Home from Sesame Street

This set has been created for working with the song of Sesame Street entitled Home (below). The set consists of full lyrics and two student's worksheets: a page with fill the blanks activity - stu ...
4 Views 7,033 BegElem
Forms and Functions

Forms and Functions

This is a workbook intended for teachers of English in our high school. This is self-learning tool allowing learners to study at their own pace. The workbook deals with the parts of speech as well ...
4 Views 5,366 Int
Noun Clauses

Noun Clauses

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It can help teaching about noun clauses ,and it is a presentation of my group in college. It shows all about noun clauses.
12 Views 12,023 ElemPre-Int
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Exclamatory/ Emphatic Structures

Exclamatory/ Emphatic Structures

This worksheet contains both grammar theory with examples and exercises to practise. It is suitable for intermediate to upper-intermediate levels. There are different types of exercises (true/fals ...
9 Views 9,478 IntAdv
Children for Whom School Means Nothing

Children for Whom School Means Nothing

Good reading activity with comprehnsion questions. Teachers can use as a wram for further discussion of truancy as a school problem. I used this as a reading activity with my students and they enj ...
12 Views 11,034 Pre-Int
Word Search: Public Places

Word Search: Public Places

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Public Places (Vocabulary Building). Students are challenged to find public places in the wordsearch. Then, they have to write their findings. This wordsearch is definitely suitable to beginner le ...
2 Views 5,253 Elem
Song Worksheet: Holding On To A Hero

Song Worksheet: Holding On To A Hero

The song is based on the idea of the hero. We can have more types of exercises with this, including what is the idea of the perfect boy... it includes a pre- talk about the features that are neede ...
7 Views 7,218 Adv
Useful Words to Describe the Words You DO NOT Know

Useful Words to Describe the Words You DO NOT Know

You go through the list with the students all the while you give examples of how to describe words in the different categories. While the students are doing the exercise at the bottom of the work ...
10 Views 5,354 Pre-IntIntAdv
Identifying Types of Clauses: Upper-Intermediate Worksheet

Identifying Types of Clauses: Upper-Intermediate Worksheet

The aim is the student to identify the type of clause (for example: purpose, reason or result clause, concessive clause, rhetorical question, etc) and link it to the given sentence.
25 Views 36,837 Adv

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