Adverb Clauses

An adverb clause is a type of relative clause that modifies a verb, adjective, or adverb, and it begins with a subordinating conjunction or relative adverb (where, when, or why).

Examples of Adverb Clauses

Some examples of adverb clauses would be the following:

You can find flour where the other baking ingredients are located.

When my nephew came home sick from school, I made him a bowl of hot soup.

With all her previous restaurant experience, Kate could not understand why she did not get the waitressing job.

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