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Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
Adverb clause
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    • 1. ( ) ADVERB CLAUSE USING SUBORDINATING CONJUNCTION
    • 2. ( WHAT IS IT? ) ⊛An adverb clause is used to modify the main clause ⊛It may answer the question ⊛Why ⊛When ⊛How
    • 3. ( WHY ?⊛We came home hungry because the ) restaurant was closed. ⊛Why did we come home hungry? ⊛We came home hungry >> main clause ⊛Because the restaurant was closed >> adverb clause - answering the question why
    • 4. ( WHEN? ⊛After drought has happened for a ) long time, famine ensues. ⊛When does famine ensue? ⊛Famine ensues >> main clause ⊛After drought has happened >> adverb clause >> it answers the question ‘when’
    • 5. ( STRUCTURE ) ⊛Main clause ⊛Subordinating conjunction ⊛Adverb clause
    • 6. The traffic becomes congested when it rains heavily.
    • 7. ( Structure )The traffic becomes congested when it rains heavily.
    • 8. The traffic becomes congested when it rains heavily.
    • 9. ( PUNCTUATION ) ⊛When an adverb clause appears at the beginning of a sentence, it is usually separated from the main clause by a comma. ⊛ Since he gains a lot of weight, he decides to start working out.
    • 10. ( PUNCTUATION ) ⊛A comma is usually not necessary when the adverb clause follows the main clause. ⊛I didn’t call you last night because it was late.
    • 11. 5 Types of( ) Adverb Clauses Time Contrast Reason Purpose Condition
    • 12. ( TIME ⊛Adverb clause - time - explains the ) time/duration when the main clause happens ⊛Answer the question ‘when’ ⊛When it does not rain for a long time, drought happens. ⊛When does drought happen?
    • 13. ( ⊛When, before, after TIME ) ⊛Whenever ⊛As soon as ⊛As, while ⊛Since ⊛Until
    • 14. ( CONTRAST ) ⊛Unexpected result ⊛ Even though he worked very hard, he did not get the promotion. ⊛ Although he came early, he missed the flight.
    • 15. ( CONTRAST ) ⊛Although ⊛Even though ⊛Though
    • 16. ( CONTRAST ) ⊛Direct contrast, opposite ⊛ While the central part of the country was flooded, the north remained dry. ⊛ Jack likes to play sports whereas Jill prefers music.
    • 17. ( CONTRAST ) ⊛While ⊛Whereas
    • 18. ( REASON ⊛Answer the question why - cause ) ⊛The traffic is congested because there is an accident. ⊛Why is the traffic congested? ⊛Since she studied hard, she received a scholarship. ⊛Why did she receive a scholarship?
    • 19. ( REASON ) ⊛Because ⊛As ⊛Since
    • 20. ( PURPOSE ) ⊛To answer why - result ⊛We must pay attention in class so that we can pass the exam. ⊛I should not overspend in order that I will not have credit card debt in the future.
    • 21. ( PURPOSE ) ⊛So that ⊛In order that
    • 22. ( CONDITION ⊛The first conditional ⊛The situation is possible when the ) condition is fulfilled ⊛If we study hard, we will get an A. ⊛Unless we are careful with our money, we will have financial difficulty. ⊛If/Unless + present tense, future tense
    • 23. ( CONDITIONS ⊛The second conditional ) ⊛The present situation is impossible or unlikely to happen ⊛If I were taller, I would play basketball. ⊛Unless we invited them, they would not come to our party. ⊛If/Unless+ past tense, would + V1
    • 24. ( CONDITIONS ⊛The third conditional ) ⊛The past situation is unreal ⊛If I had studied hard in high school, I would have received a scholarship. ⊛If/Unless + past perfect [had +V3], would have + V3.
    • 25. ( CONDITIONS ) ⊛If ⊛Unless

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