Hello everybody I am an enthusiastic English learner and I would like to ask a question about noun clauses. Knowing the fact that noun clauses are group of words that take place as a noun in sentences I still feel indecisive about the following usages.
The error is resulting from that the information is not returned correctly.
that the information is not returned correctly
is a noun clause, and what I initially thought was that I can use this like a noun in a sentence. However, after a bit of a search I have not encountered any example like this. Another example can be :
We are talking about that he is not as hardworking as Clara.
But the following sounds more correct :
We are talking about the fact that he is not as hardworking as Clara
Are the above sentences correct ? If not what is the part that I am misunderstanding here ? Thank you all for your time.