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<p>The adverb clauses has the function of an adverb. In this clause we have some subordinating conjunction to connect the dependent clause (adverb clauses) to the independent clause. Actually, the conjunction links the adverb clauses to the word in the independent clause that the adverb clause will modify. As ora&ccedil;&otilde;es adverbiais t&ecirc;m a atividade de um adv&eacute;rbio e, nelas, temos outras conjun&ccedil;&otilde;es subordinadas pra conectar a ora&ccedil;&atilde;o dependente (ora&ccedil;&atilde;o adverbial) &agrave; ora&ccedil;&atilde;o independente.</p>

<p>Na verdade, a conjun&ccedil;&atilde;o liga a ora&ccedil;&atilde;o adverbial &agrave; frase contida pela ora&ccedil;&atilde;o independente que a ora&ccedil;&atilde;o adverbial modificar&aacute;. Those modifies are made to elicit place, time, cause and purpose of an action. The adverb clause answer the questions: Where? Estas altera&ccedil;&otilde;es s&atilde;o feitas pra elicitar recinto, tempo, causa e prop&oacute;sito da a&ccedil;&atilde;o.</p>

<p>Usamos as ora&ccedil;&otilde;es adverbiais principalmente quando queremos responder a quest&otilde;es como: Onde? The same way we have types of adverbs in English, we have some types of subordinating conjunctions that composes the adverb Clause. Assim como este temos tipos de adv&eacute;rbios em ingl&ecirc;s, bem como possu&iacute;mos tipos de conjun&ccedil;&otilde;es subordinadas que comp&otilde;em a Ora&ccedil;&atilde;o Adverbial. → Time (tempo) : after, when, until, soon, before, once, while, as soon as, whenever, by the time.</p>

<p>→ Condition (circunst&acirc;ncia): if, whether or not, provided, in case, unless, even if, in the event. → Manner (modo): as, like, or the way. → Contrast (contraste): though, although, while, whereas, even though. → Cause: She past the test, because she study a lot. Circunst&acirc;ncia: Ela passou pela prova, porque estudou muito.</p>

<p>→ Time: After you arrive here, we'll go out with our friends. Tempo: Depois que voc&ecirc; comparecer, n&oacute;s iremos sair com nossos amigos. → Condition: I'll leave, if it's not raining. Condi&ccedil;&atilde;o: Eu vou, se n&atilde;o estiver chovendo. → Manner: She doesn't take this conversation serious, she is acting like it is a joke. A Diferen&ccedil;a Entre Medicina Veterin&aacute;ria, Zootecnia Ou Zoologia : Ela n&atilde;o leva essa conversa a s&eacute;rio, ela est&aacute; agindo como se isto fosse uma piada. → Contrast: Although he is handsome, he isn't a good person.</p>

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<p>Contraste: Mesmo que ele seja perfeito, n&atilde;o &eacute; uma boa pessoa. → It's an adjunct, which means that the sentence won't being grammatically wrong without it. &Eacute; um adjunto, o que significa que a ora&ccedil;&atilde;o principal n&atilde;o ficar&aacute; gramaticalmente errada sem ela. → Generally the adverb clause starts with a subordinating conjunction. Como Deslocar-se Bem Em Matem&aacute;tica No ENEM! come&ccedil;a com uma conjun&ccedil;&atilde;o subordinada. → As the other clauses, the adverb clause contains a subject and a verb.</p>

<p>Como nas novas ora&ccedil;&otilde;es, a ora&ccedil;&atilde;o adverbial cont&eacute;m um sujeito e um verbo. Even though trying so hard (Adverbial Clause), I can't give up chocolate. Whether you like it or not, you have to go to hospital. Aceite voc&ecirc; ou n&atilde;o, voc&ecirc; deve dirigir-se para o hospital. I want more than just fine, I want more than bent on getting by. Eu almejo mais do que bem, eu desejo mais do que definido a sobreviver.</p>

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