A group of words that does the work of an adverb and has a subject and predicate of its own is known as an adverb clause. Example: They rested when evening came.
Q. Underline the adverb clause in the following sentences.
- You may sit wherever you like.
- He finished first though he began late.
- I do it because I choose to.
- He advanced as far as he dared.
- As he was not there, I spoke to his brother.
- Wherever one goes, one hears the same story.
Q. Fill in the blanks with suitable adverb clauses.
- She worked hard _________________.
- The thief ran away _________________.
- We shall miss the bus _________________.
- She spoke so low _________________.
- He was angry _________________.