Define the kinds of subordinate clauses (predicative, object, attributive, and adverbial). Translate into Ukrainian. I knew that I would have to learn the structure of the central nervous system.
The trouble is that we’ve got very little time to analyze the term elements dealing with anatomy, physiology and pathology of the nervous system.
The patient, whose strength was now sufficiently restored, came to the polyclinic to consult a neurologist.
Interneurons are found only in the central nervous system where they connect neuron to neuron.
The neurosurgeon claims that he hasn’t borrowed his ideas from anyone.
George, who is now twenty-six, had been an undergraduate at Cambridge, where he had taken a degree in medicine.
The lecturer spoke slowly and distinctly so that the students could understand the structure of the nervous system in detail.
All medical students know that the nervous system is the most complicated system of the human body.
Because the autonomic nervous system regulates involuntary or automatic functions, it is called the involuntary nervous system.
His argument against the research is that the experiments on the brain may prove dangerous.
Clauses that tell “when” something happened are adverbial clauses of time. They are introduced by the following subordinating conjunctions: when, after, before, while, as, till, until, whenever, as soon as, as long a, since
e.g. There were tears in her eyes as she left the hospital. No future tense is used in the time clauses referring to the future. The present tense is used instead of the future in the subordinate adverbial clause of time, for example:
e.g. I’ll wait till you finish doing grammar exercises.