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Link to Part 1 - https://youtu.be/ZmwWGcXA7us
Link to Part 2 - https://youtu.be/oo_Qo791w0Y
Link to Part 4 - https://youtu.be/tLhDBj6RnPM
Click here to study the vocabulary from the story in this lesson. http://www.englishwithjennifer.com/vocabulary.story.htm
This is a lesson in four parts.
Part 1 - "Awake and Asleep" (a short story with reduced clauses). Review what adverb clauses are and why phrases are different.
Part 2 - Learn how to reduce adverb clauses of time.
Part 3 - Learn how to reduce adverb clauses of reason, how to make the phrases negative, and how to work with perfect and passive verbs.
Part 4 - Two exercises for review.
INDEX for Part 3:
0:10 Introduction to adverb clauses of reason.
0:49 Example of a reduced adverb clause of reason.
1:20 How to reduce an adverb clause of reason.
2:35 Using NOT and NEVER in reduced clauses.
4:00 Why would we need a past participle when we reduce adverb clauses?
4:39 Example sentence that expresses a sequence of events.
5:42 Comparing (having + past participle) to (after + present participle).
6:19 Example sentence that expresses a passive meaning.
7:33 Comparing variations that express a passive meaning and a sequence of events.
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Note at the end of this lesson, there are two exercises for review.
Exercise 1 http://www.englishwithjennifer.com/adverb.phrases1.htm
Exercise 2 http://www.englishwithjennifer.com/adverb.phrases2.htm
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