Tagged: subordinate clauses

Should In Subordinate Clauses

In formal British English, should is often used in that-clauses after certain nouns and adjectives. Examples of such nouns and adjectives are: important, necessary, vital, essential, eager, anxious, concerned and wish. As you may have noticed, most of them refer to...

Adverb Clause

An adverb clause serves the purpose of an adverb. Adverbs are words like carefully, now, well, frequently, always and today. There are different kinds of adverbs. Adverbs of manner show the manner in which...