Adverb Clause is clause that functions as a adverb that expand to verb, adjective and adverb.
Adverb Clause is divided into nine types.
1 Adverb Clause of Time is a clause that has functions that expand to indicate times such as when, whenever, while, before, after, as soon as, since, until.
As it was late, we went home.
I will wait here until you allow me to come in.
2 Adverb Clause of Place is a clause that has functions expand to a verb that explain to places such as where, wherever.
You may go wherever you want.
She hid her money where nobody could find it.
3 Adverb Clause of Manner is a clause that has functions expand to a verb that explain to manners such as as if, as though.
He acted as if he were a millionaire.
She wrote the letter as she was told.
4 Adverb Clause of Comparison is a clause that expand to adverb or adjective for indicate the comparative adjectives such as ... .. as, so ... ... as, than.
Can you send me your application form as soon as possible?
Laura didn’t do so well in the exam as she had hoped.
5 Adverb Clause of Cause or Reason is a clause that expand to a verb or an adjective for indicate reason or clause such as because, since, as, for.
They moved to London because they wanted to stay with their parents.
She ran away for she was afraid.
6 Adverb Clause of Purpose is a clause that expand to a verb for indicate purpose such as so that, in order that.
She works hard so that she can get more money for her children.
He came here in order that he might see his boss.
7 Adverb Clause of Result is a clause that expand to a verb, adjective and adverb such so……….that, such……….that.
New cars are so expensive that some employees buy used ones.
She is such a polite girl that everybody likes her.
8 Adverb Clause of Condition is a clause that expand to a verb for indicate condition such as if, unless, provided that, on condition that.
If she comes, I will tell her the truth.
Unless he works harder, he will fail.
9 Adverb Clause of Concession is a clause that expand to a verb or adjective for indicate concession such as though, although, however, whatever.
Although she is fat, she can run quickly.
Whatever help you give them, they will never thank you.