Adverb Clause in Complex Sentence



Adverb Clause in Complex Sentence :



Complex Sentences - 1

1. I will do it when I want it. (Adverb clause of time)

2. Absolute silence prevailed as I spoke to the mob. (Adverb clause of time)

3. Wherever you go, I will follow you. (Adverb clause of place)

4. I die that my family may live. (Adverb clause of purpose)

5. That she might be well fed, her mother starved herself. (Adverb clause of purpose)

6. Because I love you, I do not like to marry you. (Adverb clause of cause)

7. Because I love you, I do not like to marry you. (Adverb clause of Reason)

8. Because he is rich, he thinks, he can escape punishment. (Adverb clause of cause)

9. Because he is rich, he thinks, he can escape punishment. (Adverb clause of Reason)

10. Unless you work harder, you will not succeed. (Adverb clause of condition)

11. If you have any grievance, tell me now. (Adverb clause of condition)

12. Whatever may be the consequence, I am prepared to face. (Adverb clause of condition)

Complex Sentence - 2

1. So heavy was the rain, that many were rendered homeless. (Adverb clause of Consequence)

2. So heavy was the rain, that many were rendered homeless. (Adverb clause of result)

3. Members of the Parliament are behaving in such a way that there is fear that the Parliamentary tradition may be affected. (Adverb clause of Result)

4. Members of the Parliament are behaving in such a way that there is fear that the Parliamentary tradition may be affected. (Adverb clause of Consequence)

5. He spoke in such a low voice that his girl friend didn't hear him. (Adverb clause of Consequence)

6. He spoke in such a low voice that his girl friend didn't hear him. (Adverb clause of Result)

7. Though the Prime Minister was poor, yet he was honest. (Adverb clause of concession)

8. Though the Prime Minister was poor, yet he was honest. (Adverb clause of supposition)

Complex Sentence - 3

1. She is younger than she looks.
2. It is earlier than I thought.
3. She is not so beautiful aw you think.
4. No one knows better than the Chief Minister.
5. Even if it rains, the show will go on.
6. I make enemies wherever I go.
7. If I were you, I would not do it.
8. She is as good as her word.
9. My eye sight is as clear as yours.
10. Since she says so, 1 must believe it.
11. I will die before I kneel down to any one.
12. He ran so fast that his wife could not overtake him.
13. Rich people have more money than brains.
14. The Earth is larger than the Moon.
15. I often feel as if the ground is slipping beneath my feet.
16. Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.
17. The soldier dared not stir, lest he should be seen.
18. Enough is as good as a feast.
19. Open rebuke is better than secret love.
20. If you have tears, shed them here and now.
21. As long as men are men, the society will always remain the same.


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