## anonymous one year ago Identify the complete adverb clause. I'm going into the house because I'm cold. I'm going I'm going into the house into the house into the house because the house because the house because I'm cold because I'm cold I'm cold

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1. misssunshinexxoxo

a word or phrase that modifies or qualifies an adjective, verb, or other adverb or a word group, expressing a relation of place, time, circumstance, manner, cause, degree, etc. (e.g., gently, quite, then, there ).

2. misssunshinexxoxo

Which do you believe the adverb is?

3. anonymous

Im going into?

4. SolomonZelman

adverb clause, or adverbial claue, is DEPENDENT clause. A part/clause of the sentence that makes no sense without the other part/clause of it.

5. SolomonZelman

I will give you some examples of adverb clause in red $$\color{black}{\rm I~always~stress} \color{red}{\rm ~because~I~face~many~obstacles}.$$ $$\color{red}{\rm ~Since~you~are~so~nice,}~\color{black}{\rm can~you~give~me~a~candy?}$$

6. SolomonZelman

Want more examples, or can choose the answer?

7. SolomonZelman

Or I will split the sentence into clauses for you, BUT on you to choose the correct adverbial clause. $$\underbrace{\color{black}{\rm I'm~going~into ~the ~house~}}{\tiny~}\underbrace{\color{black}{\rm because~I m~so~cold.}}$$

8. SolomonZelman

forgot apostrophe in the last Im but you get the point I hope...