Kinds of adverb clauses - part II

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Adverb clauses of cause

Adverb clauses of cause give the reason for the activity mentioned in the main clause. They are introduced by conjunctions like because, since, as and that.

Adverb clauses of purpose

Adverb clauses of purpose express the purpose of the action mentioned in the main clause. They are introduced by conjunctions like that, in order that, so that and lest.

Adverb clauses of result or consequence

Adverb clauses of result state what has happened or what may happen as a result of the action mentioned in the main clause. They are usually introduced by conjunctions like so that, so ... that, such ... that.

Adverb clauses of condition

Adverb clauses of condition are usually introduced by subordinating conjunctions like if, unless, whether, provided that and so long as.

Adverb clauses of concession or supposition

These clauses are introduced by conjunctions like though, although, even though, even if, while and whereas.

Sections in this article

CBSE class ten English grammar - sentence completion exercise 1
CBSE class ten English grammar - sentence completion exercise 2
Adverb clauses
Kinds of adverb clauses
Kinds of adverb clauses - II
Adjective clauses
Noun clauses
Synthesis of sentences
Transformation of sentences