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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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