Adverb Clauses of Supposition



Adverb Clauses of Supposition :



Adverb Clauses of Supposition or Concession are introduced by Subordinating Conjunctions like although, though, even if.

1. Although I told her not to do it, she did it.
2. Though he is poor, he is honest.
3. Though she proved false, he still loved her.
4. Even if it rains, we must start.

Mark the Clauses of Concession in the following sentences.

1. Whatever you do, don't take unnecessary risks.
2. Though you do everything else, don't take unnecessary risks.

1. Whatever amount of money they spent, they would not be able to buy them enemies.
2. Even if they spent any amount of money, they would not be able to buy them enemies.

1. However rich he may get, he will not be contented.
2. Though he may get very rich, he will not be contented.

After the Conjunctions through, when, unless, till, if, whether….or and while, the Predicate-verb TO BE is often understood.

1. Though much alarmed at the news, he did not lose all hope.
2. Though he was much alarmed at the news, he did not lose all hope.

1. He sprained his foot while walking in the dark.
2. He sprained his foot while he was walking in the dark.

1. His opinion, whether right or wrong, does not concern me.
2. His opinion, whether it is right or wrong, does not concern me.

1. This must be kept till called for.
2. This must be kept till it is called for.

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