I've seen different examples but I'm still not getting the right picture. So far I would like someone could help me with the analysis and different examples to avoid the confusion.
Regarding Oracion subordinada sustantiva sujeto, how do I spot it?. What is it most important characteristic? and how is it different from Oracion subordinada sustantiva objeto directo?. Does it exist oracion subordinada sustantiva objeto indirecto?. What would be its difference then?.
I understand that when you want to find the objeto directo, you would ask ¿que es lo que? to the verb (although I am not sure on this). Can someone help me?. The sort of answer which would help me the most is one which includes different examples and a step-by-step analysis so I make the right decision in an exam where the time is limited.
So far I'm aware that in oracion subordinada sustantiva you can replace after que the word eso and it would make sense. But if you apply this to subordinada sustantiva sujeto and for subordinada sustantiva objeto directo, both seem to comply with that rule. Hence the confusion. And the most important of all, how can I avoid getting further confused with oracion subordinada adverbial, does it exist some marker or anything that is unique to that oracion which I could spot and rule out the rest of possibilities. Can someone help me?