1, TIME CLAUSES
WHEN Jane stopped talking, silence fell over the room.
It’s best to think BEFORE you speak.
I’ll make the salad WHILE you’re getting on with the pasta.
AS Lorna turned around, she slipped and fell.
The car came round the corner JUST AS the dog ran out.
I’ll wash up AS SOON AS I’ve finished reading the newspaper.
Sarah’s going to wait TILL Paul gets here.
She was determined to fight on UNTIL she got some satisfaction.
AFTER she had waited half an hour, she decided to leave.
ONCE she’d had her bath, she felt much better.
EVER SINCE she read an article on food hygiene, she hasn’t eaten out.
She had HARDLY put down the phone WHEN there was a knock on the door.
She had NO SOONER switched on the radio THAN there was an enormous explosion.
ON phoning reception yet again, she was told that the repairman was on his way.
THE MOMENT he’d finished, the repairman left.
WHENEVER she went back in person, they said the owner was unavailable.
BY THE TIME the police arrived, the two men had disappeared.
2, REASON CLAUSES
3, RESULT CLAUSES
4, PURPOSE CLAUSES
5, CONCESSION CLAUSES
6, CONDITIONAL CLAUSES
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