She is very glad that you are able to come.
What is the function of noun clause in this above sentence?
I believe that is an adjective, or relative, clause not a noun clause. An adjective clause modifies the a word while a noun clause acts like and has all the functions of a noun. If you extract 'very glad' from the sentence, it does not make any sense. So, yeah, adjective clause.
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