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I know its where the Verb in a sentence and where it can stand alone?
An adverb clause is a group of words that function as an adverb. The clause can modify verbs, adverbs and adjectives by telling when, where, why, how, how much and under what condition.
They begin with a subordinating conjunction (such as after, if, because and although)
Time: after, when, until, soon, before, once, while, as soon as, whenever, by the time Condition: if, whether or not, provided, in case, unless, even if, in the event Cause and effect: because, as, since, so, in order that, now that, inasmuch as Contrast: though, although, while, whereas, even though
Can i do a example? Identify the complete adverb clause. When you're through with that compass, may I use it? its just so learn from it and work on my other problems with the same mindset.
Example: (Since I'll be working late), I’ll eat downtown. There may come a time when I would do this, (though I can’t imagine when that would be). (Even if everyone around you is losing their heads), you need to remain calm.
Ok thank you that helps me.
Of course! http://examples.yourdictionary.com/examples-of-adverb-clauses.html
If you fall, I promise I'll catch you! What is the Adverb Clause?
^ Just to make sure you understand completely.
I promise ill catch you? i think
or just i Ill catch you.
You have to pick one or the other. XD Don't give up yet.
Tip: They begin with a subordinating conjunction
I promise ill catch you?
If you fall?
That was the correct answer.
Look at the chart at the top if you need help.
Ok Thank you.