- The fact that you are here is an indication of your good intentions
My analysis of the clause in bold is Noun-clause/Adjectival/Post-nominal modifier. However, my teacher's answer is slightly different. He said that the clause in bold is Noun-clause/Nominal/Post-nominal modifier
- The dress that Melissa is wearing was designed in Paris.
However, in the sentence above, my teacher said that the clause in bold is Noun-clause/Adjectival/Post-nominal modifier
My questions are: What is the difference between the Noun-clause in the first sentence and the second sentence? Both of them modify the preceding noun, so what makes the first one "Nominal"?