Unit 12.2 Adverb Clauses Of Time

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Unit 12.2 Adverb Clauses Of Time

Answer Unit 12 Exercises 4 to 13 in your book before or while you answer this quiz. Then follow instructions to know how you will answer the quiz, so read carefully.


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    4. Noticing Adverb Clauses of Time. In the book you had to check the sentences that describe you and underline the adverb clauses of time.  Here you have to write down the exact words you underlined as the adverb clauses of time. Be sure to type correctly. Example: 1. ___as I go up__ 2. [Blank]
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    5. Punctuating Time Clauses. In the book you had to underline the time clauses in the sentences and add a coma if needed. Here the time clauses are already underlined, check that you identify them correctly in the book and correct them if not. And choose all the sentences that need a coma. The example is part of the exercise. 1.Brazil  (Which sentences need a coma)
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      When you go into a restaurant you should greet the people who work there.

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      It's rude to make noise while you are eating.

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      Before they start to eat Brazilians usually say "bom apetite" to their friends.

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    2. Turkey
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      You shouldn't talk when you have food in your mouth.

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      You should keep your mouth closed while you are eating.

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      While the kitchen is preparing your food the server can bring your drinks.

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    3. Japan
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      You shouldn't start eating until everyone is on the table.

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      When you eat a bowl of rice or soup you may lift the bowl to your mouth.

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      People often say "gochiso-sama deshita" when they finish eating.

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    4. Korea
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      When you are eating with an older person you should wait until he or she starts eating.

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      Try not to make any noise while you  are chewing your food.

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      You shouldn't leave the table before the oldest person finishes eating.

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    6. Understanding Subordinators. Decide if each pair of sentences is similar in meaning or different. Read the sentences in your book and answer, Write the answer of each numbered pair here. Only write an "S" for similar or a "D" for different. Example: 1. __S___ 2. [Blank]
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