从句的独特特点：1. 从句都有本人的衔接词 2. 从句都是陈说语序（陈说语序就是主语在前，谓语在后。）
He said that he wanted to be a teacher when he grew up.
例如：I want to know if he can come tomorrow.
例如：She asked me who had helped him.
例如：1.He tells me he studied English in England last year.
例如：He told me that he liked playing football.
例如：He said the moon goes around the earth.
工夫状语从句的衔接词：when（当…...时分），while（当...…时分） as（当...…时分），after（在…...当前），before（在...…以前） as soon as（一...…就......），since（自从...…到如今），till/until（直到…...才......），by the time（到...…的时分）
Mozart started writing music when he was four years old.
条件状语从句的衔接词：if， unless（除非），as long as（只需）
例如：If it doesn’t rain tomorrow， we will go hiking.
留意：在工夫和条件状语从句中，肯定要合乎“主将从现”准则。如下面例句，条件状语 If it doesn’t rain tomorrow用普通如今时，主句we will go hiking用普通未来时。
缘由状语从句的衔接词：because， since， as，now that
例如：I didn’t go to school yesterday because I was ill.
例如：I will give my teacher a bunch of beautiful flower.（beautiful是定语）
例如：I have met a doctor who is in the No.1 hospital.
object clauses, adverbial clauses and attributive clauses are necessary for junior middle school. Clauses are somewhat difficult for students, because they haven't touched the noun before. In fact, the essence of it is that a sentence is a component, but the sentence must have a cohesive word to guide it. Let's look at it in detail together. The
clause refers to a sentence as a component of the sentence, as what is called what clause as the object component, called object clause, called as attributive attributive clauses, adverbial modifier called adverbial clauses.
from the above definition we can get one of the biggest features of a clause: clause is also a sentence. The unique characteristics of
clauses are: 1., clauses have their own cohesive words, and 2. clauses are Chen's word order.
refers to the object clause object clause as the object in a sentence by sentence.
, for example:
He said that he wanted to be a teacher when, he said he wanted to be a teacher after growing up.
(1) the cohesion of the object clause: the cohesive words of the
object clause include that, if/whether (whether or not), and the unusual and difficult words.
(2) the word order of the object clause:
A. after the cohesion of the object clause and the old word order (the subject is in the front, the predicate is behind).
for example: I want to know if he can come tomorrow.
I want to know if he can come today.
B., when the cohesive word itself is the subject of the object clause, is indirectly added to the predicate verb.
, for example: She asked me who had helped him.
, she asked me who helped him. The
object tense, just remember the following formula can.
"now from the office, from the Lord, the subjective meaning is common"
A. now from either: if it is common now, I work according to demand from the eight kinds of temporal adverbials in either.
, for example: 1.He tells me he studied English in England last year.
, he informed me that he was studying English in the UK last year.
B.: if I had from the ordinary is over, I choose according to time adverbial demand from four with "" word in a tense, temporal discrimination with "" is the ordinary such as: come, come, come over the future, implementation.
, for example: He told me that he liked playing football.
, he told me that he loved playing football. The subjective truth of
C. is common: the subjective truth is always used in ordinary times.
for example: He said the moon goes around the earth.
he said the moon revolves around the earth. The clause
1. of the
adverbial clause: a sentence in which a sentence is used as a adverbial. The cohesive word of the
adverbial clause: when (when... ... time), while (when... Time time) as (when... Time), after (in... ... at present), before (in... Before) as soon as (a... Just...), since (ever since...) To today), till/until (until...) ... just...), by the time (to... Time pision)
, for example,
Mozart started writing music when he was four years four Mozart began to create music when he was four years old.
2. conditional adverbial clause: a sentence in which a conditional adverbial is used in a sentence. The adverbial clause of conditional adverbial clause
: if, unless (unless), as long as (
), for example: If it doesn, t, t, and it, if we don't rain today, we will go hiking.
note: in the task and the conditional adverbial clause, it must conform to the principle of "the master will come from the present". As the example, doesn 't it If I rain tomorrow with ordinary now, we will go hiking with a common future.
3. reason adverbial clause: a sentence in a sentence as the adverbial of origin.
is attributed to adverbial clause's conjunction: because, since, as, now that
, for example: I didn 't go to, and T, and because of my illness, I didn't go to school yesterday.
refers to the attributive attributive clause in the sentence to embellish the nouns, pronouns composition.
for example: I will give my teacher a bunch of beautiful flower. (beautiful is a attributive) I give my teacher a bunch of beautiful flowers.
refers to the attributive attributive clause in a sentence in the sentence, the attributive clause should be put in the finish after the word.
, for example: I have met a doctor who is in the No.1 hospital.
I was aware of the life of a first hospital. The relationship between word attributive clause
: who, which, relative pronouns whom, whose, that
, where, when: Adverbs above why
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