Adverb Clauses By: Gabi, Rhianna, Andres, Andie, Ava, Olivia

An Adverb Clause is a subordinate clause that modifies a verb, an adjective, or an adverb.

I.E. after, although, as, as if, because, since, than, until, where, whether, and while.

A (Subordinate Clause), typically introduced by a conjunction, that forms part of and is dependent on a main clause.

I.E, I first met her in paris (where I lived as a small child).

An Adverb Clause generally tells how, when, where, why, how much, to what extent, or under what condition the action of a verb takes place.

Class Activity

Which part of the sentence is the adverb clause

1.) When spring arrives, the flowers bloom.

2.) Where there is smoke, there is fire.

3.) The poor woman had no money because she had lost her job.

4.) He is much younger than his brother is.

5.) He answered the question as if he knew the subject quite well.

6.) When Jones works out at the gym, she feels good.

7.) A politician who is trustworthy has the support of the people.


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