Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 5 Clauses

An adverb clause modifies a verb. It may tell us the time, place or manner of the action; it may tell the cause, purpose or effect of the action; it may compare, contrast or set a condition.

We use when, whenever, before, after, till, since, while and as with an adverb clause of time.

We use where and wherever to introduce an adverb clause showing place.

Use because, since and as for reason; and that and so that for purpose.

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