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I guess what you did last night really wasn't that interesting. noun, adjective, or adverb
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User: I guess what you did last night really wasn't that interesting. noun, adjective, or adverb

Weegy: You must be. You have no choice but to be honest about who you are seeing.
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I guess what you did last night really wasn't that interesting
The clause in the sentence is a NOUN.
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