There is no examples for  Adverbial Clauses of  Reasons, Contrast Purpose And Result ? So, please give some examples. Thank You


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Adverb Clauses of Reason or Cause:

  • As he wasn't home, I asked his mother.

  • I am glad that you are coming with me.

  • Since you are so intelligent let us see you solve this query.

  • I did not buy the car because I didn't have enough money.

Adverb Clauses of Result:

  • He is such a lonely man that all pity him.

  • The Mughals built in such a way that the Red Fort is still standing.

  • It rained so heavily that the rivers were soon in flood.

Adverb Clause of Purpose:

  • We eat so that we may live.

  • Drag this so that you reach the end.

  • He should run faster lest he miss his train.

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dependent clause used as an adverb within a sentence to indicate time, place, condition, contrast, concession, reason, purpose, or result. Also known as adverbial clause.

An adverb clause begins with a subordinating conjunction (such asif, when, because, or although) and includes a subject and apredicate.

contrast purpose- basically type of climate, describing the place.............


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