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Phrases and clauses

Adverb clauses

An adverb clause (AC) is a dependent clause that works like an adverb.

  • It gives extra information to the verb (V) in a sentence.
  • It describes when, how, why and where something happens
  • It starts with subordinating conjunctions like after, how, because, where.

He arrived (V) after the party was over (AC).

Not all students know (V) how to write an assignment properly (AC).

They trained (V) every day because they wanted to win the competition (AC).

John usually shops (V) where the groceries are cheap (AC).

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