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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #100066: Adverbial Clauses
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    Adverbial Clauses

    Adverbs of Place

    - to indicate where something happened
     ( upstairs, abroad, here, there, nearby, outside, somewhere, everywhere, in, out, anywhere ...)
     Tracy looked for his dog everywhere.
     My brother and sister live abroad.

    Adverbs of Degree

    - to show the strength or degree of the action or state
    - they answer the following questions - How much?  to what degree?...
     ( almost, much, too, little, enough, very, extremely, just, fully, so, rather, quite, nearly, hardly, scarcely...)
     The teacher rather likes his pupils.
     Kevin doesn't have enough money to buy this car.

    Adverbs of Manner

    - to indicate how something happens or is done
    - they are usually found after the verb
    - they answer the question - How?
     ( happily, angrily, terribly, slowly, bravely, loudly, prettily, badly, beautifully, carefully, weakly ,luckily ...)
     The old woman walked slowly.
     Stella dances beautifully.

    Adverbs of Time

    - to tell us when an event happened
    - to show how long an event lasted and how often it happens
    - they often answer the question - When?
     ( later, now, tomorrow, yesterday, today, soon, afterwards, just, ago, before...)
     I met him 4 years ago.
     She is waiting for you now.

    Adverbs of Frequency

    - to show the frequency of the action or state
    - they answer the question - How often?
     ( always, never, often, seldom, usually, sometimes, rarely, normally... )
     He often watches comedies.
     Alice never goes for a walk in the evening.

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    1. It's very cold . Stay at home.

    2. Yesterday morning I missed my bus to work. I woke up too late.

    3. Don't be afraid to meet your mother-in-law. She is nice to people.

    4. Have you seen my yellow scarf? I can't find it .

    5. Tom's grandfather died three years . He left the big mansion to him.

    6. I had to drive because the road was very icy.

    7. We are going to go this summer.

    8. Long time no see! You have changed!

    9. Nick never goes to work by bus. He rides his bike.

    10. - Where are Caroline and Leo? - They are playing football .

    11. If you go for dinner to this restaurant, you could go to the cinema .

    12. Helen goes out alone at night.

    13. He has forgotten the girl who broke his heart.

    14. Daniel managed to sit up but fell back on the bed.

    15. for me, the weather was wonderful last summer.

    16. Lucy said that she had seen that man .

    17. Several days , I visited them again in Italy.

    18. I am tired to go dancing tonight. So, I will stay at home.

    19. Don't be angry at him. He behaved , but he apologized.

    20. I visit my cousin Eric because he lives so far away from me.

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