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The sentences that follow elaborate on ideas suggested by the passage from The Picture of Dorian Gray. Rewrite each sentence, adding an adverb clause that answers the question in parentheses. Your clause must begin with one of the subordinating conjunctions listed below, and it must contain a verb. The sentence should make sense within the context of the passage, but you should not use the exact wording from the passage. There may be more than one correct answer.
SUBORDINATING CONJUNCTIONS
after as as long as since than when
although as if because so that until while
SAMPLE Dorian looked surprised. (When?) ANSWER Dorian looked surprised when he saw his portrait.
The face in the portrait looked changed. (In what way?)

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In this exercise, we need to expand a given sentence with an adverb clause, considering the context in which the sentence occurs in the passage on Dorian Gray.

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