Adverb Clauses Worksheet For Class 8

Complete the following sentences by adding an appropriate adverb clause.

Notes

An adverb clause is an example of a subordinate clause. Adverb clauses are usually introduced by the subordinating conjunctions when, while, whereas, as, since, because, though, although, even though, even if, as if, as though, if, unless, before, after, until etc.

Try completing the following sentences using a clause beginning with one of these conjunctions.

1. …………………………….. I didn’t wake up until afternoon.

2. …………………………. you can rest for a while.

3. …………………………. the doctors couldn’t save her.

4. ……………………….. you cannot continue to use the service.

5. She agreed to wait …………………………….

6. She couldn’t get the job …………………………….

7. …………………………….. my mom didn’t allow me to watch TV.

8. ………………………. give me a call.

9. He is hard working ………………………… his brother is quite lazy.

10. You can come ………………………….

11. …………………………. he went to work.

12. She had finished her studies ………………………….

Answers

1. As it was a holiday I didn’t wake up until afternoon.

2. If you are tired you can rest for a while.

3. Though she was taken to hospital the doctors couldn’t save her.

4. Unless you renew your subscription today you cannot continue to use the service.

5. She agreed to wait until I returned.

6. She couldn’t get the job because she failed the interview.

7. As I hadn’t done my homework my mom didn’t allow me to watch TV.

8. When you are ready give me a call.

9. He is hard working while / whereas his brother is quite lazy.

10. You can come whenever you want.

11. After he had eaten his breakfast he went to work.

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12. She had finished her studies before she got married / before she went abroad.

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