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Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Describe connectives or adverbial Clauses

Walt: Describe connectives or adverbial Clauses 
Here are some examples of connectives: 
  • Although 
  • However
  • Nevertheless 
  • Finally 
Connectives are used to link one sentence to another or to extend a sentence. 

What is an adverbial clause? 

It does not make sense on its own it appears as a part of a sentence and it tells us how, where, when, how long or why.  

I am at Relational because I can identify connectives and adverbial clauses as well as explain what links have been created. I am not quite at extended abstract because I cannot make an overall statement about the author’s use of connectives or adverbial clause.
   

By Alicia

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