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Underline the adverb clause in each sentence. Point out the

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Adverb clause
Underline the adverb clause in each sentence. Point out the word it modifies.
1. Take a walk until dinner is ready.
2.Phone us when you arrive in town.
2.
Phone
us when you arrive in town.
1.
Take
a walk until
dinner is ready.
3.Whenever you make
a promise, you must
keep it.
4. She can swim
better than Bob can.
3. Whenever you make a promise, you
must
keep
it.
4. She
can swim
better than Bob can.
5. Since I'll be late for dinner, I will get a sandwich
downtown.
6. If the jacket is too big
for you, I can alter it.
5. Since I'll be late for dinner,I
will get
a sandwich downtown.
6. If the jacket is too big
for you, I
can alter
it.
7. When you listen to music
on the radio, do you hum
along with it?
8. The movie was just beginning
as we bought our tickets.
7. When you listen to music
on the radio,
do
you
hum
along with it?
8. The movie
was
just
beginning
as we bought
our tickets.
Use the words below to
complete sentence:
as soon as, as long as,
because, unless, before,
when, whenever, while.
0,.... the cat's away, the mice
will play.
0.
While
the cat's away, the mice
will play.
as soon as, as long as,because, unless,before,when,whenever.
1. Memory is deceptive...it is colored
by today's events.
2. ... you forbid something you make it
extraordinarily appealing.
1. Memory is deceptive
because
it is colored
by today's events.
2.
As soon as
you forbid
something, you make it
extraordinarily
appealing.
as soon as, as long as,because, unless,before,when,whenever.
3. Never look down on
anybody... you're helping him up.
4. Life is what happens.... you
are making other plans.
3. Never look down on
anybody
unless
you're
helping him up.
4. Life is what
happen
when
you
are making
other plans.
as soon as, as long as,because, unless,before,when,whenever.
5. ... you find yourself on the
side of the majority, it is time
to pause and reflect.

5. Whenever
you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

6. You have to kiss a lot of toads ....
you find a handsome prince.
7. Everything is funny, .... it's
happening to somebody else.

as soon as, as long as,because, unless,before,when,whenever.
6.You have to kiss a lot of toads
before
you find a handsome prince.
7.Everything is
funny,
as long as
it's
happening to
somebody else.

NGOC UYEN
HOAI LINH
XUAN TRANG
Find and underline the
noun/adjective
/adverb clauses
in follow sentences.
1. I have a friend who is a computer programmer.
=> I have a friend who is a
computer programmer.(adj clause)
2. She went to Canada before she
came to the U.S.
2. She went to Canada
before
she came to the U.S.
=> adverb clause
3. I don't know when Bill Gate was born.
3. I don't know when
Bill Gate was born.
=> noun clause
4. She is going to take an
umbrella in case it rains.
4. She is going to take an
umbrella in case it rains.
=> adverb clause
5. He walk slowly because of his
bad leg.
5. He walk slowly
because of his bad leg.
=> adverb clause
6. Mrs.Ngan taught us how to
improve our pronunciation skill.
6. Mrs.Ngan taught us how to
improve our pronunciation skill.
=> noun clause
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