Adverb Clauses Of Time - When, Whenever, As Soon As, Before, & After

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Power point presentation giving a brief explanation of various types of adverb clauses with a focus on time highlighting the following: When, Whenever, As Soon As, Before & After.

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What is an Adverb Clause? An Adverb Clause Tells You... > Why? • He went to the store because he needed eggs, • Because the weather is nice, we are moving to California.
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What is an Adverb Clause? An Adverb Clause Tells You... > The Condition ILS-he-needs-mgn.ey, Mary goes to the bank. • John will move back to his parent's house if he loses his job.
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What is an Adverb Clause? An Adverb Clause Tells You... > When? • She makes dinner after she gets home from work. When the phone rang, the baby woke up.
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What Do Clauses of Time Do? > The adverb clause functions as subordinating conjunctions by joining a dependant clause to an independent clause (main clause). > The adverb clause (adverb + dependant clause) indicates when the action in the main clause occurs. • Example: You arrive. We will watch the movie. • After you arrive, we will watch the movie.
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How Do We Use Adverb Clauses of Time? >Use an adverb clause to introduce a second event and relate the timing of it... Earlier Later Time
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WHEN event that happens at the same time as some longer event. They were driving to work when they saw the accident. > The situation in which the main clause happens. When they are fully grown, these snakes can be over two meters long!
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WHEN event that happens all the time. When I wake up in the morning, I always feel tired. His mother called him Hamoodi when he was a bab .
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WHEN >One event happens immediately after another — if one causes another. You will see my house on the right side of the street when you cross the bridge. When the lights went out, I lit some candles.
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AS SOON AS new event happens directly (immediately) after the first one ends. As soon as class is finished, we are going home. Susan got married as soon as she graduated from college.
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WHENEVER event that happens frequently or a habit. Whenever m father ives me mone I spend it immediately. I call my best friend whenever I have free time.
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BEFORE event that happens before the event in the main (independent) clause. Before you arrive, I will make popcorn for the movie. I study very hard before I take an exam. >Before my package arrived, I had waited six weeks.
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AFTER event that happens after the event in the main (independent) clause. The teacher arrived after we had left the school. After we finish eating dinner, we will go to a movie. I always do my homework after I watch two hours of TV.
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She fell over PRACTICE she kicked the ball. v/ She fell over after she kicked the ball. I speak English, I talk slowly so people can understand me. v/ When I speak English, I talk slowly so people can understand me. I read a book I go to sleep. v/ I read a book before I go to sleep.
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PRACTICE it stops raining, we will go outside. v/ As soon as it stops raining, we will go outside. v/ When it stops raining, we will go outside. v/ After it stops raining, we will go outside.
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PRACTICE I get excited the teacher gives us a homework assignment. v/ I get excited whenever the teacher gives us a homework assignment. v/ I get excited when the teacher gives us a homework assignment. v/ I get excited as soon as the teacher gives us a homework assignment.

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