Adverb clauses can be tricky. Learn about adverb clauses of time, place, condition, and manner in our comprehensive guide. Click here!
Clauses of contrast express ideas or actions that are not expected. Clauses of purpose are used to show why we do things. Read this article to learn more.
Relative clauses start with the relative pronouns who, that, which, whose, where, when. They tell us more about people and things.
When the two parts of a conditional sentence refer to different times, the resulting sentence is a mixed conditional sentence.
There are certain verbs and expressions that are commonly used in conditional sentences. Learn in this article what they are and how they are used.
The third conditional is used to talk about unreal situations in the past. In this article, we’ll examine the meaning, structure and examples.
The second conditional is used to talk about imaginary situations in the present or future. In this article, we’ll examine the meaning, structure and examples.
We use conditionals to describe the result of something that might happen in the present or in the future.