Question #12300002

In which sentence does the underlined noun clause function as a direct object?

(1)The critics watch whichever movies are opening that week. (2)Movie critics offer their recommendations to whoever wants to go to the movies. (3)We read movie critics’ articles in whichever newspapers carry them. (4)Whoever loves movies and can succinctly talk about them can become a movie critic. PARTS THAT ARE UNDERLINED. (1) (whichever movies are opening that week.) (2) (whoever wants to go to the movies.) (3) (whichever newspapers carry them.) (4) (Whoever loves movies and can succinctly talk about them)

2013-12-06 06:03:28

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