本日は Adverb Clauses 副詞節 についてです❕❕
Adverb clauses are used in a few different ways in English, often to show a change. We use them to show when an event took place, a contrast or change, a condition and a cause. One rule to remember is that they have to be attached to another clause, either before the main clause or after the main clause.
When I was young, I liked football.
I liked football when I was young.
When they come before we have to separate them with a comma, after without. Lets practice filling in the blanks with the words at the bottom.