More on Adverbial Clauses and Phrases

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More on Adverbial Clauses and Phrases Adapted from Azar, B., (2002). Understanding and using English grammar. New York: Longman Changing time clauses to phrases Use before, while, after and since + -ing form of the verb Clause:  Since I moved to this country , I have had many challenges. Phrase:  Since moving to this country , I  have had many challenges  Clause:  After he had finished his work , he went out for dinner. Clause:  After he finished his work , he  went out for dinner. Phrase:  After having finished his work he went out for dinner. Phrase:  After finishing his work , he went  out for dinner. Note:  The meaning is the same between the two  sentences Clause: Stefan went to the movie  after he finished his project. Clause: Stefan when to the movie  after having finished his homework. Expressing the idea of another action happening at the same time. Use while + -ing form of the verb Use -ing form of the verb to begin the sentence. Clause:
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