Adverb Clause Adverb Clause

What are adverb Clauses?

- Dependent Clause

- Has a subject and predicate

- Starts with a subordinating conjunction

Underline the Adverb Clause in the passage:

He was welcomed when he arrived from America. When his plane landed, His family moved towards the entrance. As soon as they saw him coming, they began waving at him. Although he had visited his family a year ago, he was very excited to see them again. His eyes were filled with tears when he touched his mother’s feet. 

Types of Adverb Clauses 

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He considered himself rich enough though his income was only Rs. 50,000 a year. [Type the Adverb Clause]

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