Adverbial Clauses: CONCESSIVE

source: Englishing     2018年2月18日
A clause which begins with a subordinating conjunction is called a subordinate clause. There are three kinds of subordinate clauses: Adverbial, Relative, Reported. In this lesson, Marc looks at “adverbial clauses”. There are eight types of adverbial clauses: conditional, purpose, reason, result, place, manner, time (click here to watch that lesson) and concessive clauses - which he talks about in this lesson. He provides easy examples for each of the five types of "concessive clauses" he talks about.

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