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“I know that I’m good at singing.”

“I know that ________.”

I want to make someone form the first sentence by adding a clause to the second one.

In this situation, can I say, “Write that you’re good at singing in a subordinate clause of verb ‘know’”?

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    Finish the sentence by adding what you are good at.
    – Lambie
    Jan 6 at 16:03
  • There's no indirect speech in your example.
    – gotube
    Jan 6 at 23:15
  • Who are you talking to here? Why do you want them to complete this sentence in that particular way? For example, are you teaching someone how to create sentences with "I know that..."?
    – gotube
    Jan 6 at 23:18
  • @gotube♦ Yes, but not actual person.
    – user09827
    Jan 7 at 2:03

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