September 18th, 2011 in English Grammar
Find out the adverb clauses in the following sentences and state the kind of each.
1. Even if it rains, I will come.
2. When you have finished your work, you may go home.
3. You can put it wherever you like.
4. I did not buy that watch because it was expensive.
5. You must go whether you hear from him or not.
6. He spoke in such a low voice that few people could hear him.
7. Since you have apologized, we will take no further action against you.
8. I have not been well since I returned from the hills.
9. He was so weak that he could not stand.
10. As he was not there, I spoke to his mother.
1. Adverb clause of concession – even if it rains
2. Adverb clause of time – when you have finished your work
3. Adverb clause of place – wherever you like
4. Adverb clause of reason – because it was expensive
5. Adverb clause of condition – whether you hear from him or not
6. Adverb clause of result – that few people could hear him
7. Adverb clause of cause – since you have apologized
8. Adverb clause of time – since I returned from the hills
9. Adverb clause of result – that he could not stand
10. Adverb clause of cause – as he was not there