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Adverb Clauses We use adverb clauses to show relationship between two ideas. For example, let's look at these two sentences. She enjoys going to restaurants. She doesn't like trying new foods. To show relationship, we can add the subordinator although to the first sentence and make it into a adverb clause and change the period to a comma to create a complex sentence. Although she…

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