LINKING CLAUSES (Clausulas subordinadas)

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1. ¿Qué Son?

2. ¿Cómo se forman?

3. Conjugaciones y adverbios

3.1. Reason (Razón)

3.1.1. Because

3.1.1.1. Va seguido de una oración

3.1.1.1.1. We moved to another city because my father got a new job.

3.1.2. Because Of

3.1.2.1. Va seguido de un nombre

3.1.2.1.1. We moved to another city because of my father’s new job.

3.1.3. As/ Since

3.1.3.1. Va al principio de la frase

3.1.3.1.1. As it is your birthday, I’ll lend you my best clothes.

3.2. Purpose (Propósito)

3.2.1. To + Infinitivo

3.2.1.1. I went to the university to talk to one of my teachers.

3.2.2. In order to

3.2.2.1. I went to the university in order to talk to one of my so as to teachers. (more formal)

3.2.3. So that + can(n’t) /will (won’t)

3.2.3.1. Para referirnos al presente o futuro

3.2.3.1.1. Get a map with you so that you won’t get lost.

3.2.4. + would(n’t) / could(n’t)

3.2.4.1. Para referirnos al pasado

3.2.4.1.1. We got a map with us so that we wouldn’t get lost

3.2.5. For + noun / -ing form

3.2.5.1. In case

3.2.5.1.1. Present (para referirnos al presente)

3.2.5.1.2. Past (para referirnos al pasado)

3.3. Result (Resultado)

3.3.1. So

3.3.1.1. I failed my English test and therefore I took it

3.3.2. As a result / therefore

3.3.2.1. I failed my English test. Therefore, I took it again in September.

3.3.3. so / such....that

3.3.3.1. SO + ADJECTIVE / ADVERB + THAT

3.3.3.1.1. The ticket for the concert was so expensive (that) we couldn’t buy it.

3.3.3.2. SUCH + (ADJECTIVE) + NOUN THAT

3.3.3.2.1. It is such a big city (that) I always get lost.

3.4. Time (Tiempo)

3.4.1. When / as

3.4.1.1. I’ll phone you when I know the answer

3.4.2. While

3.4.2.1. While I was watching TV, the telephone rang.

3.4.3. As soon as

3.4.3.1. I’ll phone you as soon as I know the answer

3.4.4. Before / after

3.4.4.1. She went to the gym after she had done her homework.

3.4.5. Until

3.4.5.1. We were waiting until she arrived

3.5. De contraste

3.5.1. Although / even though / though

3.5.1.1. Va seguido de una oración

3.5.1.1.1. Although he didn’t have money, he bought the most expensive car.

3.5.2. In spite of / Despite

3.5.2.1. van seguidos de nombre o un verbo sustantivado (en – ing).

3.5.2.1.1. In spite of not having money, he bought the most expensive car.

3.5.3. While y whereas

3.5.3.1. He is lively and easygoing whereas his sister is rather shy

3.5.4. However, nevertheless, yet

3.5.4.1. She didn’t want to have more children. However, she might change her mind..

4. conectores utilizados

5. Para entrelazar ideas

6. Conjugación subordinada

7. Clausula principal

8. Clausula dependiente