Indicate object clauses in the following complex sentences. Translate them into Ukrainian. The endocrinologist is almost sure that the overproduction of TSH in this man is caused by a thyroid gland tumour.
Guessing that the abnormal enlargement of the thyroid gland may indicate goiter, Ann decided to consult an endocrinologist.
I know why he is lying. He feels weak and tired because of hypothyroidism.
Do you know if any changes have been made in our timetable?
This senior-aged person thinks he might benefit from iodine supplements.
Seeing that the baby was sleepy, mother put it to bed.
I wonder why she hasn’t come earlier. Her symptoms of Graves’ disease could have been treated with radioactive iodine.
Do you doubt that this surgeon can successfully remove your adrenal gland that contains tumour?
I’ve forgotten whom I gave my textbook in Endocrinology.
Can you tell me who can advice me on the chemical classes of hormones?
Object clauses introduced by conjunctive pronouns and adverbs may be preceded by a preposition.
e.g. The treatment of your hormonal disorder depends on what its cause is.