What is the difference between an adjective clause and a noun clause in apposition to a noun or a pronoun? I am confused because the examples I found are quite similar.
Noun clause in apposition to a noun or pronoun:
Your statement that you didn't take the money can’t be believed.
Fruit that is grown organically is expensive.
I would also appreciate it if you could provide more examples of these clauses with their main clause and subordinate clause marked (main clause in bold please).
How can I differentiate between and identify them?