schlechte horror spiele “Adverbial clauses” or “adverbials” serve as the adverb of a sentence. The difference between a regular adverb and an adverbial can be seen in the example below:den der ler sidst ler bedst
Just like in other adverbs, adverbial clauses can also be categorized based on the time, place, manner, or degree that they indicate.
These adverbs indicate when or how often an action takes place.
Such adverbial clauses usually begin with the following conjunctions: as, after, as long as, as soon as, no sooner than, while, when, until or since
These adverbs usually indicate the place where the action takes place.
Such adverbial clauses usually begin with prepositions such as “in, near, on” or subclause conjunctions such as “wherever, where, everywhere or anywhere.”
DEGREE OR COMPARISON
These adverbs show the extent to which an action has taken. They allow comparing the level of the action. They usually begin with conjunctions of subclauses, such as the…the, so…as, as…as, or than.
These adverbs are used to signify a particular condition based on which an action can or cannot be realized. The usually begin with “if” or “unless.”
These adverbs are used to indicate statements that contradict with the main idea of the given action.
Such adverbial clauses usually begin with conjunctions of subclauses, such as “even if, whereas, while, even though, although, though”