Is the clause in parentheses and adverb or adjective clause?

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(Whenever there is a Bluegrass festival), Dad goes and takes along his banjo.

3 Answers

  • It is an adverbial clause, and it modifies the verb “goes”.

  • It’s adverbial rather than adjectival.

    Ask yourself what information the clause provides for you about the sentence. It’s telling you WHEN dad GOES places with his banjo.

  • Adverb clause as it describes the verb.

    Source(s): I’m a whiz.

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