The adverb clause takes the place of an adverb in modifying a verb, a verbal, an adjective, or an adverb.
An adverb clause is a clause which takes the place of an adverb.
The third kind of clause which we may use in a complex sentence is the adverb clause.
Mark all of the dependent clauses and determine whether each is used as a noun, adjective or adverb clause.
In the sentence, Do as I say, as I say is an adverb clause of manner, modifying the verb do.
The clause, as she is good, is an adverb clause, modifying the adjective beautiful.
We have found that as is also used as a conjunction to introduce an adverb clause.