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    Ray

    Hello,
    Could you please help me with the next sentences, its about "Adverb Clauses"

    I won´t come ___________ you want me to.

    _______Frank had not helped me study, I would never have passed my exam.

    What is needed in this sentences?

    Thanks

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    1st sentence -- "Until" or "unless" are probably the words you are looking for.

    2nd Sentence -- "If" is the only answer I can think of that makes sense.

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    Re: Ray

    Jimener, please give any future thread a title which tells us what it's about. Ray has nothing to do with your question. A good title would have been Adverb clauses.

    The idea of the forum is that you try to answer the question first, as we don't do your homework for you (well most of us don't).

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    Re: Adverb clauses

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    Jimener, please give any future thread a title which tells us what it's about. Ray has nothing to do with your question. A good title would have been Adverb clauses.

    The idea of the forum is that you try to answer the question first, as we don't do your homework for you (well most of us don't).

    Rover
    Thanks in advance,

    Hello Rover,
    I am sorry but I new in this forum but from now and them, I going to follow your advice.

    Raymundo

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