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Identify the sentence that contains a noun clause in italics. A. Betty would like to harvest the corn. B. What Betty wants is to harvest the corn. C. Betty wants to harvest the corn. D. When should Betty harvest the corn?
What Betty wants is to harvest the corn. - contains a noun clause (what Better wants).
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What Betty wants is to harvest the corn. - contains a noun clause (what Better wants).

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