An Example Of Adverbial Clauses And Phrases
For example: * They will visit you before they go to the airport.
Adverbial clauses can also be placed before the main clause without changing the meaning.
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In some cases, when they provide more information into a sentence, they need to be set off with commas.
Here are several examples of sentences with the adjective clauses underlined: * Pizza, which most people love, is not very healthy. * The people whose names are on the list will go to camp. * Grandpa remembers the old days when there was no television. * Fruit that is grown organically is expensive. * Students who are intelligent get good grades. * Eco-friendly cars that run on electricity save gas. * I know someone whose father served in World War II. * Making noise when he eats is the main reason why Sue does not like to eat with her brother. * The kids who were called first will have the best chance of getting a seat. * Running a marathon, a race of twenty-six miles, takes a lot of training. * I enjoy telling people about Janet Evanovich whose latest book was fantastic. * The people waiting all night outside the Apple store are trying to purchase a new iPhone. * "He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe is as good as dead." - Albert Einstein * “Those who do not complain are never pitied.” - Jane …show more content…
You can shorten an adjective clause in two ways: 1. Omit the subject pronoun and verb. 2. Omit the subject pronoun and change the verb to the form ending in "ing."
Here are some examples of how to create an adjective phrase: * Adjective Clause: The books, which are lost, are not really necessary. * Adjective Phrase: The books lost are not really necessary. * Adjective Clause: The girl who is running is my best friend. * Adjective Phrase: The girl running is my best friend. * Adjective Clause: His share of the money, which consists of $100,000, was given to him on Monday. * Adjective Phrase: His share of the money, consisting of $100,000, was given to him on Monday. * Adjective Clause: Something that smells bad may be rotten. * Adjective Phrase: Something smelling bad may be rotten.
What is an Adverb Clause?
Adverbs often answer such questions as how, when, where, in what way or how often? This function is called the adverbial function. An adverb clause uses not just single words but also phrases to provide