Rafael Raspanti Professor: Mussetta, Mariana English Language I. Licenciatura en Lengua Inglesa. UTN 10 December 2010. Clauses of Reason. Clauses of Purpose and Result. As. Because. Since. Seeing that. Clauses of Reason. As it was getting late, I decided I should go home.
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Clauses of Reason
Clauses of Purpose and Result
Clauses of Reason
As it was getting late, I decided I should go home.
I decided I should go home as it was getting late.
We must be near the beach, because I can hear the waves.
Since he was going to be living in Sweden for some time,
he thought he should read something about the country.
We could go and visit Sue, seeing that we have to drive ast her house anyway.
Because my mother´s arrived, I won´t be able to meet you
My mother´s arrived, so I won´t be able to meet you
The film is unusual in that it features only four actors.
Clara and I have quite an easy life, inasmuch as neither of us has to work too hard but we earn quite a lot of money.
In order to + to infinitive
She took the course in order to get a better job
Adverbial clauses of purpose
She took the course so that she could/would get a better job
in order that
Such that and in such a way
The model was designed such that the value of x could be calculated
The model was designed in such a way that the value of x could be calculated
-There was an accident.
-This was done to
Encourage people to
use public transport.
-I didn´t want to damage
the growing crops.
-I was feeling awful.
-I walked around the
outside of a field.
-I had to go outside.
-We arrived late.
-Bus fares in the city are