V. THE COMPLEX SENTENCE.
Part 1. Test Your Knowledge
Answer the questions.
1. What is an adverbial clause?
2. How do adverbial clauses differ from nominal and attributive ones?
3. When shall we use commas in adverbial clauses?
4. What types of adverbial clauses are distinguished?
5. What conjunctions may introduce an adverbial clause of place?
6. What other clauses can begin with the word where?
7. What conjunctions introduce an adverbial clause of time?
8. What does an adverbial clause of manner characterize?
9. What conjunctions are used to introduce an adverbial clause of comparison?
10. What is the difference between like an as?
11. What does an adverbial clause of condition contain?
12. What conjunctions, used in conditional clauses, were derived from verbal forms?
13. Can conditional clauses be joined to the main clause asyndetically?
14. What forms of pronouns and pronominal adverbs are used in conditional clauses introduced by if?
15. In what cases is it possible to use will and would in if-clauses?
16. What conjunctions introduce adverbial clauses of concession?
17. When a concessive clause ends with a subject complement, where else can this complement be placed?
18. What conjunctions introduce adverbial clauses of purpose?
19. What is the meaning of lest and when is it used?
20. What conjunctions introduce an adverbial clause of cause?
21. What is the difference between because and as?
22. What do clauses of result denote?
23. Where should you place an adverbial clause of result?