Sentence symthesis Sentence synthesis subject phrases words CLAE
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INTRODUCTION . Look at the following group of sentences 1. They rested at sunset. [rested. WHERE?] 2. They rested when evening came. [ rested. WHEN?]
. It is evident that in both the sentences the italics words, do the work of an adverb as they modify the verb rested, showing when the action was performed. . Such a group of words that form part of a sentence, and has a subject and predicate of its own, is called CLAUSES.
ADVERB CLAUSE . Since the clause, when evening came, does the work of an adverb, it is called adverb clause. DEF- group of words that form part of a sentence, and has a subject and predicate of its own, and does the work of an adverb.
EXERCISE . 1. you may sit wherever you like. . 2. He fled where his pursuers could not follow. 3. he behaves as one might expect him to. . 4. will you wait till I return. . 5.i do it because l choose it.
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