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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #510: Adverb clauses
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    Adverb clauses


    An adverb clause is a dependant clause (incomplete sentence) with a subject and a verb, and marked with an adverb.


    The clause markers can indicate:

    - time (when, while, whenever, as soon as)

    - concessions (in spite of, despite, although, even though)

    - reason (as, because, in case, so)

    - purpose (in order that, so, so that)

    - manner (as, as if, as though, like)

    - place (where, wherever, everywhere)

    - conditions (even if, if, only if, unless)



    Choose the correct clause mark to give the right meaning of each sentences.



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    1. Betty looks something is wrong.

    2. The people danced the music played.

    3. David goes swimming his illness.

    4. I looked, I found fingerprints.

    5. This region is called “land of apple” it yields a lot of apples.

    6. ploughing the field, the farmer uncovered a dinosaur bone.

    7. Lucy can’t attend the meeting she finds a baby-sitter.

    8. the fire started blazing, the skewers were tilted toward the flames.

    9. pandas mostly eat bamboo, they are also carnivorous.

    10. Seat belts were introduced traffic fatalities would be reduced.

    11. his parents disapprove, he said he won’t go to university.

    12. running, grizzly bears are capable of attaining a speed of 35 miles an hour.









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