The Adverbial Clause of Concession

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The adverbial clause of concession (or the concessive clause) expresses an opposition (wich most often has unexpected results). The concessive clauses show both forms of the indicative and of the subjuctive. The indicative will emphasise that the situation is considered as real, while the subjuctive will always suggest an unreal situation or a supposition.

This downloadable printable is a great resource for at Upper-intermediate (B2) level. It is great for practising Adverbs in English, and is a valuable material for honing your pupils' Writing skills.
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