Adverbial Clauses in English
Adverbials of Time
Whenever: Whenever I see him, I am in a good mood. He makes me feel positive.
Once: Once he helps us, we could get over the problems.
As soon as: As soon as the government has declared the budget, a big argument arose.
While: While we were chatting with our relatives, the earthquake happened.
While / As: While / As they were trying to rob the bank, one of the customers attacked the robbers with his stick.
So long as / As long as: As long as he plays in the goal, it is probable that we will win.
Since: He couldn’t take the last two exams in school since he was ill.
Adverbials of Place
Where: Istanbul is a city where two continents meet.
Wherever: Wherever she goes, she takes her habits.
Somewhere: Look somewhere that we don’t know for her keys.
Although: Although she studies really hard, she can’t get good marks.
Even though: Even though she studied hard, she failed.
Though: Though I play well, she doesn’t want to accept my talent.
Despite: Despite the fact that he saw the thief, he didn’t depose the identity.
Even if: Even if she studies hard, she seems to fail.
Whereas: Whereas his wife seems 50, he seems in his 60s.
So that: We meet every Friday nights so that we discuss the firm’s latest predicament.
Because: Because we are new in the country, it is normal to live strange dilemmas.
As: As we need a huge loan from the central bank, we applied for it before it’s too late.
Since: Since the striker is injured, we need another transfer.
Owing to the fact that: Owing to the fact that he is retired, he doesn’t want to work anywhere else.
Question: ————————- she has difficulty in reading, she is so eager to improve herself.
Answer: E) although