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Identify the use of the italicized noun clause. What books tell us should encourage us to learn more. object of preposition subject direct object
In the sentence "What books tell us should encourage us to learn more." The the noun clause is "What books tell us" and it is used as the subject.
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User: Identify the use of the italicized noun clause. What books tell us should encourage us to learn more. object of preposition subject direct object

Weegy: In the sentence "What books tell us should encourage us to learn more." The the noun clause is "What books tell us" and it is used as the subject.
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