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More about Subordinators and Dependent Clauses Subordinators such as “if," "when," "since," "because," and "although," start adverb dependent clauses. Examples: Since the cat is meowing, the dog is barking. I'll take a walk because the weather is beautiful. I smashed my car into an oak tree after I went to the store. Exercise: In the following sentences underline each adverb dependent clause. 1. Because I partied all weekend, I never found time to do my homework. 2. I hate to drink coffee because it always upsets my stomach. 3. When you win the lottery, you can buy me dinner. 4. Although I don't remember his name, I'm sure that man is a famous actor. 5. As I was walking down Broadway, a police car jumped the curb and ran over my cat. ...
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