Adverbial Subordinate Clauses

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Adverbial Subordinate Clauses by Mind Map: Adverbial Subordinate Clauses

1. Function as a complement of prayer, and are joined to it by a subordinating conjunction (sometimes by real adverbs or prepositions functioning as a link).

2. May indicate

2.1. reason is used: because, as, since, so, in order that, now that, inasmuch as

2.2. time is used: after, when, until, soon, before, once, while, as soon as, whenever, by the time

2.3. contrast is used:though, although, while, whereas, even though

2.4. purpose is used if, whether or not, provided, in case, unless, even if, in the event

3. These terms may appear small or abbreviated, in the form:

3.1. Adverb + past participle (ING)

4. An adverbial clause is a dependent clause.

5. will meet three requirements:

5.1. First, it will contain a subject and verb.

5.2. You will also find a subordinate conjunction that keeps the clause from expressing a complete thought.

5.3. Finally, you will notice that the clause answers one of these four adverb questions: How? When? Where? or Why?

6. example

6.1. Tommy scrubbed the bathroom tile until his arms ached. How did Tommy scrub? Until his arms ached, an adverb clause.

6.2. Josephine's three cats bolted from the driveway once they saw her car turn the corner. When did the cats bolt? Once they saw her car turn the corner, an adverb clause.

7. Adverbial clauses can express both a cause or effect, a condition etc ... and be CLAUSE usually have a subject and verb