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Chapter 12. Clauses: Kickin' It Up a Not... > Adverb Clauses: Hot Shots - Pg. 118

Clauses: Kickin' It Up a Notch 2. when 3. while, or although 4. If 5. In order to 7. because 8. until 9. if 10. When, so 118 There are three different kinds of subordinate clauses: adverb clauses , adjective clauses ,and noun clauses. Let's examine each one and see how it can help you beef up your writing and speech. Adverb Clauses: Hot Shots Dependent clauses can function as adverbs. In this case, they are called adverb clauses. (Bet I didn't surprise you with that one.) An adverb clause is a dependent clause that describes a verb, adjective, or another adverb. As with regular old garden-variety adverbs, an adverb clause answers these questions: · · · · · · Where? Why? When? To what extent? Under what condition? In what manner? You Could Look It Up