: English Grammar Parts of speech-part1

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This english grammar rules course helps you quickly master the foundations of english grammar. An adverb clause is a group of words that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Learn how to identify and form adverb clauses, and learn about the types and purpose of adverb clauses. When you are looking for an adverb clause, you don"t have to look far. An adverb clause is a group of words that work together as an adverb. Adverb clauses are often easy to recognize because they begin with a subordinating conjunction like "after," "if," "because," and "although. " Now that you know what it is, let"s take a look at the rules for an adverbial clause. It has a subordinating conjunction like "after," "if," "because," and "although. " It answers one of these four adverb questions: how, when, where, or why. In english, conjunctions are words that connect other words, phrases and clauses in english.