I wasn't sure about the subordinate clause forms, so I searched on google and found a website that has examples. http://chompchomp.com/terms/clause.htm In this website, it says the general forms are following:
- Main Clause + Ø + Subordinate Clause
- Subordinate Clause + , + Main Clause
Does the form depend on the subordinate conjunction that is being used? What I mean by this is, if you're using the subordinate conjunction, whenever, are you bound to use form 1 or can you use form 2 also?
For examples on the website:
- Whenever lazy students whine, Mrs. Russell throws chalk erasers at their heads.
- Anthony ran for the paper towels as cola spilled over the glass and splashed onto the counter.
- Because my dog loves pizza crusts, he never barks at the deliveryman.
Is it still correct if you change the their forms?
- Mrs. Russell throws chalk erasers at lazy students whenever they whine.
- As cola spilled over the glass and splashed onto the counter, Anthony ran for the paper towels.
- My dog never barks at the deliveryman, because he loves pizza crusts.