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Adverb Clause

9 Mar

Adverb Clause:

Types of adverb clause

There are many types of adverb clauses. Here are some examples of the most common types:

Type

Question answered

Example

Place

Where?

Wherever there are computers, there is Microsoft software.

Time

When?

After the fruit is harvested, it is sold at the market.

Cause

Why? (What caused this?)

I didn’t call her because I’m shy.

Purpose

Why? (What was the reason for doing this?)

She took a computer course so that she could get a better job.

Concession

Why is this unexpected?

Although Jay has a Master’s degree, he works as a store clerk.

Condition

Under what conditions?

If you save your money, you will be able to go to college.

   
As you can see from the examples above, most adverb clauses can be recognized because they are introduced by a particular word or phrase (such as “when”, “so that”, etc.). These words and phrases are called subordinating conjunctions, and there are many of them, including these:

Subordination conjunctions

after, before, until, while, because, since, as, so that, in order that, if, unless, whether, though, although, even though, where
more inmore  o : http://gracielablog-english.blogspot.com/2010/08/adverb-clause.html

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Adverb Clause

9 Mar

Adverb Clause:

Types of adverb clause

There are many types of adverb clauses. Here are some examples of the most common types:

Type

Question answered

Example

Place

Where?

Wherever there are computers, there is Microsoft software.

Time

When?

After the fruit is harvested, it is sold at the market.

Cause

Why? (What caused this?)

I didn’t call her because I’m shy.

Purpose

Why? (What was the reason for doing this?)

She took a computer course so that she could get a better job.

Concession

Why is this unexpected?

Although Jay has a Master’s degree, he works as a store clerk.

Condition

Under what conditions?

If you save your money, you will be able to go to college.

   
As you can see from the examples above, most adverb clauses can be recognized because they are introduced by a particular word or phrase (such as “when”, “so that”, etc.). These words and phrases are called subordinating conjunctions, and there are many of them, including these:

Subordination conjunctions

after, before, until, while, because, since, as, so that, in order that, if, unless, whether, though, although, even though, where
more inmore  o : http://gracielablog-english.blogspot.com/2010/08/adverb-clause.html

Adverb Clause

9 Mar

Adverb Clause:

Types of adverb clause

There are many types of adverb clauses. Here are some examples of the most common types:

Type

Question answered

Example

Place

Where?

Wherever there are computers, there is Microsoft software.

Time

When?

After the fruit is harvested, it is sold at the market.

Cause

Why? (What caused this?)

I didn’t call her because I’m shy.

Purpose

Why? (What was the reason for doing this?)

She took a computer course so that she could get a better job.

Concession

Why is this unexpected?

Although Jay has a Master’s degree, he works as a store clerk.

Condition

Under what conditions?

If you save your money, you will be able to go to college.

   
As you can see from the examples above, most adverb clauses can be recognized because they are introduced by a particular word or phrase (such as “when”, “so that”, etc.). These words and phrases are called subordinating conjunctions, and there are many of them, including these:

Subordination conjunctions

after, before, until, while, because, since, as, so that, in order that, if, unless, whether, though, although, even though, where
more inmore  o : http://gracielablog-english.blogspot.com/2010/08/adverb-clause.html

Adverb Clause

9 Mar

Adverb Clause:

Types of adverb clause

There are many types of adverb clauses. Here are some examples of the most common types:

Type

Question answered

Example

Place

Where?

Wherever there are computers, there is Microsoft software.

Time

When?

After the fruit is harvested, it is sold at the market.

Cause

Why? (What caused this?)

I didn’t call her because I’m shy.

Purpose

Why? (What was the reason for doing this?)

She took a computer course so that she could get a better job.

Concession

Why is this unexpected?

Although Jay has a Master’s degree, he works as a store clerk.

Condition

Under what conditions?

If you save your money, you will be able to go to college.

   
As you can see from the examples above, most adverb clauses can be recognized because they are introduced by a particular word or phrase (such as “when”, “so that”, etc.). These words and phrases are called subordinating conjunctions, and there are many of them, including these:

Subordination conjunctions

after, before, until, while, because, since, as, so that, in order that, if, unless, whether, though, although, even though, where
more inmore  o : http://gracielablog-english.blogspot.com/2010/08/adverb-clause.html

Adverb Clause

9 Mar

Adverb Clause:

Types of adverb clause

There are many types of adverb clauses. Here are some examples of the most common types:

Type

Question answered

Example

Place

Where?

Wherever there are computers, there is Microsoft software.

Time

When?

After the fruit is harvested, it is sold at the market.

Cause

Why? (What caused this?)

I didn’t call her because I’m shy.

Purpose

Why? (What was the reason for doing this?)

She took a computer course so that she could get a better job.

Concession

Why is this unexpected?

Although Jay has a Master’s degree, he works as a store clerk.

Condition

Under what conditions?

If you save your money, you will be able to go to college.

   
As you can see from the examples above, most adverb clauses can be recognized because they are introduced by a particular word or phrase (such as “when”, “so that”, etc.). These words and phrases are called subordinating conjunctions, and there are many of them, including these:

Subordination conjunctions

after, before, until, while, because, since, as, so that, in order that, if, unless, whether, though, although, even though, where
more inmore  o : http://gracielablog-english.blogspot.com/2010/08/adverb-clause.html