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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126968: Adverbial clauses
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    1. Neighbours complain; she behaves she was alone.

    2. Marie wants to study this opportunity she 's very interested in the project.

    3. he never smoked, my father died of lung cancer.

    4. She stopped to play the piano she heard the doorbell.

    5. He always wakes up early to be on time at work.

    6. you are here, can you give me a hand to change my tyre ?

    7. Paul has written on the walls of the classroom he has been punished, and he' ll have to erase the tags.

    8. He 'll go to the swimming pool with me he has no appointment.

    9. My husband has planned a trip for Saint Valentine's day but I don't know we are going. It's a surprise.

    10. Don't talk in a high voice not to wake up the baby !










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