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Score: Tell how the noun clause is used. The fresh air is what I like best about the farm.
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User: Score: Tell how the noun clause is used. The fresh air is what I like best about the farm.

Weegy: 'What I like best about the farm' is a noun clause used as the direct object of the sentence.
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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 used as a predicate nominative.
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