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GROUP 8

ADVERB CLAUSE

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I wear my hat. or adverb in the independent clause.” . adjective. (English Language Centre|©University of Victoria) Example: “When it rains.What is Adverb Clause? A dependent clause that modifies or describes a verb.

Explanation An Adverb Clause. .condition.time order. .) when the adverb clause is placed before the independent clause. • is introduced by a subordinate conjunction can be placed before or after the independent clause.. shows the relationship/sense between the independent clause and the dependent clause. • is followed by a comma (.contrast. an adverb clause can show: . . • . Example.cause and effect..

To make feeling of the relationship. The national speed limit was repealed. 2. Road accidents have increased sharply. . Consider how we might combine these two sentences!! 1.

One option is using coordinate conjunction: “The national speed limit was repealed and road accidents have increased sharply. but it doesn't clearly identify the relationship between the ideas in those clauses. .” Coordination with „and‟ allows us to connect the two main clauses.

we can establish a different relationship/sense . By changing the first word in the adverb clause (a word called a subordinating conjunction).” In this version the time relationship is emphasized. we may choose to change the first main clause into an adverb clause: “Since the national speed limit was repealed. road accidents have increased sharply.To clarify that relationship.

still.” . whenever.Types of Adverb Clauses 1. Example: “Her goldfish died when she was young. till. as soon as. once. when. as long as. TIME after. before. while These clauses are used to say when something happens by referring to a period of time or to another event. until.

Example: “He said he was happy where he was.Types of Adverb Clauses 2.” . everywhere. wherever. PLACE where. anywhere. etc. These clauses are used to talk about the location or position of something.

the way These clauses are used to talk about someone's behaviour or the way something is done. Example: “I was never allowed to do things as I wanted to do them.” .Types of Adverb Clauses 3. MANNER as. like.

CONDITION if.Types of Adverb Clauses 4. they soon regain it afterwards. unless These clauses are used to talk about a possible situation and its consequences. Example: “If they lose weight during an illness.” .

Example: “Although I enjoyed myself.” . whereas. as. as though. CONCESSION although. even though. though. while These clauses are used to make two statements. one of which contrasts with the other or makes it seem surprising. I was glad to come home. just as.Types of Adverb Clauses 5.

as. given These clauses are used to indicate the reason for something. Example: “Since I liked him too much.” . REASON because.Types of Adverb Clauses 6. since. I couldn't feel anger against him.

” . so that.Types of Adverb Clauses 7. in order that These clauses are used to indicate the purpose of an action. Example: “I left early so that I can catch the train. PURPOSE in order to.

it can also have some bad side effects. it landed on the main runway. The registration process took many hours since the lines so long.Exercises Correct / Incorrect 1. We need to get a new car whether is on sale or not. This type of medicine can be helpful. 3. After the plane circled the airport. 5. . 4. The waves were amazingly high when the storm hit the coastal town. 2.

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