Hi guys. I recently made a grammar quiz for fun on facebook, which included identification of noun clauses, prepositional phrases and other such grammatical jargon. However, I was left wondering about how to parse sentences with the verb 'wonder'. This has to do with noun clauses. My example sentence was this: I wonder whether the dog is outside. I is the subject, wonder is the verb - that's not an issue. My problem has to do with where the noun clause starts. Should I parse everything after the verb as conjunction + noun clause? Or does the noun clause start with 'whether'? In sentences like I don't know what to say, you can substitute what to say with something, and the sentence is still well-formed. But I wonder something doesn't strike me as right, somehow. What think you, my friends?