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Q: Tell how the italicized noun clause is used. The fresh air is what I like best about the farm. ("what i like best about the farm." is italicized) subject subject complement direct object object
of the preposition
A: The fresh air is what I like best about the farm. The noun clause 'what I like best about the farm' is a subject complement.
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User: Tell how the italicized noun clause is used. The fresh air is what I like best about the farm. ("what i like best about the farm." is italicized) subject subject complement direct object object of the preposition

Weegy: fresh air = subject
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The fresh air is what I like best about the farm.
The noun clause 'what I like best about the farm' is a subject complement.
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