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The A d v e r b Clause. Recognize an adverb clause when you see one. An adverb clause will meet three requirements. 1 . First, it will contain a subject and verb . (This makes it a clause).

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The Adverb Clause

Recognize an adverbclause when you see one.

  • An adverbclause will meet three requirements.
  • 1. First, it will contain a subject and verb. (This makes it a
  • clause)
  • 2. An adverb clause is always introduced by a subordinating conjunctionthat keeps the clause from expressing a complete thought. (This separates it from the main or independent
  • clause)

3. Finally, you will notice that the clause answers one of

these three adverb questions: How?When? or Why?(This

makes it an Adverb clause).

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Need a subordinating conjunction?

Try one of these!

after how till ( or \'til)

although if unless

as inasmuch until

as if in order that when

as long as lest whenever

as much as now that where

as soon as provided (that) wherever

as though since while

because so that

before than

even if that

even though though

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The Adverb Clause

Read these examples:

Tommy scrubbed the bathroom tile until his arms ached.

How did Tommy scrub?

Until his arms ached,

an adverbclause.

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The Adverb Clause

Read these examples:

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 adverbclause.

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The Adverb Clause

Read these examples:

After her appointment at the orthodontist, Danielle cooked eggs for dinner because she could easily chew an omelet.

Whydid Danielle cook eggs?

Because she could easily chew an omelet,

an adverbclause.

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The Adverb Clause

Comma Rules

(Same as dependent clause rules!)

If the AdverbClause comes beforethe main clause, use a comma between the two clauses.

No comma is necessary if the AdverbClause comes after the main clause.

(DC,IC)

(ICDC)

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Your Task: (Due Friday, 9/20) Due Friday 9-06

1. Create Sentences using Vocabulary Unit 4

2. Begin each sentence with an ADVERB clause

3. the Adverb clause

4. Circle the comma

5. or Underline the Vocabulary word

6. Write your sentences about the Odyssey only!

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