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Adverbial and Adjective Clauses

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List of Commonly Used Subordinate Conjunctions

After
Before
That
Although
Even though
Unless
As
As if
In order that
When
As long as
Provided (that)
Whenever
As soon as
Since
Where
As though
If
Until
So that
Wherever
Because
Than
While

This page includes some answers to your questioms, examples, and steps on to diagram these clauses.

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Frequently asked Questions

 

Where do I start?

  Start from the beginning. Label all the parts of speech.

Can I do it?

   Anyone can do it. All you have to do is teach yourself. Reach for the stars.

What is an adverbial and adjective clause?

   An adverbial clause is a subordinate clause that modifies a verb, adjective, a verbal, or another adverb. An adjective clause is a subordinate clause that modifies a noun or a pronoun.

What do these clauses start with?

   An adverbial clause starts with subordinate conjunctions, and an adjective clause starts with relative pronouns.

 How do I start diagramming theses Clauses?

   Take diagramming one step at a time, and you’re on your way.

Let’s Practice! Try to diagram these following sentences.

 

1.      Everyone chooses a country that you like for your project.

2.    Natalie tripped when she walked through the door.

3.     This book written by Kathryn Lasky is great.

4.    He did his report when he was at the library.

5.     Michael needs to class his mother when he is out of school.

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