Adverb Clauses (aka, www.asia.buuba) <br />(With me, Mrs. Cannon) <br />
Adverb clauses begin with one of the following words: <br />When<br />Where<br />While<br />As<br />Since<br />If<br />Alt...
We call it www.asia.buuba because that is what the first letter of each word would spell out if we were to make it an acro...
We use adverb clauses all of the time. For example… <br />After school, I want to buy a coffee at Starbucks. <br />
After is one of the words in www.asia.buuba, so it is an adverb clause.<br />After school, I want to buy a coffee at Starb...
Remember, since it is a clause, we have to join it to a sentence. Otherwise, it does not make sense. <br />After school.<b...
Here is another example… <br />I should buy a scone while I am there. <br />
While is on our list, so it is an adverb clause.  <br />I should buy a scone while I am there. <br />
Even though “I am there” is a sentence by itself, it still needs to be joined to a sentence if we use “while.” <br />While...
Have more questions about adverb clauses? Just let me know! <br />
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Fundamentals Writing and Literature Adverb Clause Presentation

  1. 1. Adverb Clauses (aka, www.asia.buuba) <br />(With me, Mrs. Cannon) <br />
  2. 2. Adverb clauses begin with one of the following words: <br />When<br />Where<br />While<br />As<br />Since<br />If<br />Although<br />Because<br />Unless<br />Until<br />Before<br />After<br />
  3. 3. We call it www.asia.buuba because that is what the first letter of each word would spell out if we were to make it an acronym. <br />When<br />Where<br />While<br />As<br />Since<br />If<br />Although<br />Because<br />Unless<br />Until<br />Before<br />After<br />
  4. 4. We use adverb clauses all of the time. For example… <br />After school, I want to buy a coffee at Starbucks. <br />
  5. 5. After is one of the words in www.asia.buuba, so it is an adverb clause.<br />After school, I want to buy a coffee at Starbucks. <br />
  6. 6. Remember, since it is a clause, we have to join it to a sentence. Otherwise, it does not make sense. <br />After school.<br />
  7. 7. Here is another example… <br />I should buy a scone while I am there. <br />
  8. 8. While is on our list, so it is an adverb clause. <br />I should buy a scone while I am there. <br />
  9. 9. Even though “I am there” is a sentence by itself, it still needs to be joined to a sentence if we use “while.” <br />While I <br />am there. <br />
  10. 10. Have more questions about adverb clauses? Just let me know! <br />

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