Adverb of Reason


Adverb of Reason explains why certain action takes place. Adverb of reason commonly occurs in the form of a clause which is preceded by conjunctive adverbs such as because, since, as, for, that, etc.

Use in sentences:

  1. I study hard because I want to pass the test.
  2. She didn’t go to work yesterday since she was ill.
  3. John doesn’t want to come here again as he is disappointed with the service.
  4. He decides to leave her for he doesn’t love her anymore.
  5. I’m happy that you like my cake.

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ADVERB

  1. Adverbs of Time
  2. Adverb of Place
  3. Adverb of Manner
  4. Adverb of Cause and Effect
  5. Adverb of Reason
  6. Adverb of Degree
  7. Adverb of Frequency
  8. Adverb of Certainty
  9. Adverb of Purpose
  10. Adverb of Comment

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