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Hello Dear Friends, In this post, we are going to discuss the Adverb of Reason.

Adverb, as we all know is a phrase or clause which tells us something about the verb, the adjective, or another adverb in the sentence.

Let’s move forward with Adverb of Reason

  • So Many times, we need to tell people WHY.
  • I went to market. WHY
  • We visited the temple. WHY
  • She scolded me. WHY
  • You will go to Kansas. WHY

WHY? What is the purpose? What do you want to do?

Okay, The Answer of this WHY is Adverb of Reason/Purpose. And that’s the sole justification, it is called Adverb of Reason.

Let’s have a look on the sentences with Adverb of Reason.

  • Abdul was hence neglected by his teachers. (Hence, Because he did something offensive)
  • Anita sings because she likes singing.
  • He thinks he can get anything because he is rich.
  • She thus opened the door applying little visible force.
  • He, therefore, does not want to talk to me.
  • Since he has apologized we will take no further action against him.
  • As he was not there I left a message with his mother.
  • I am glad that you have come.
  • The teacher is ill and therefore is unable to come to school.

Important Thing to Keep in Mind

The conjunction that is often omitted.

  • I am glad you like it. OR I am glad that you like it.
  • They were disappointed you weren’t in. OR They were disappointed that you weren’t in.

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Suniltams Guruji