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  ABSTRACT This study is headed towards exposing, in a detailed way, the debate and even thesolutions of some problems regarding the adverbial of time and its phraseologicalcorrespondent: the subordinate time/temporal clause. Over time, different interpretationsand problems in analyzing the adverbial of time and the time clause have been proposed.In some cases, a unity of opinions was not achieved. ifferent opinions will be shownhere, but only the most logical one, with the most efficient arguments will be ta!en intoconsideration.The adverbials class presents different syntactic functions according to thesemantic criteria. #ll of them have a meaning which is usually optional besides their verbal regent. There are ta!en into consideration fifteen types of adverbials: adverbial of time, of place, of manner, of quantity, of relation, of association, of instrumentality, of cause, of purpose, of condition, of concession, of opposition, of cumulation, of exceptionand the consecutive adverbial  $ with their phraseological correspondents. The adverbial of time shows when or how often something happens. The adverbial of place shows wheresomething happens. The adverbial of manner shows how something happens or howsomething is done. %ith the help of the adverbial of &uantity, the action is evaluated inrelation to &uantity. The adverbial of relation shows to whom the action or the determinedfeature is limited. The adverbial of association shows who or what accompanies thesub'ect or the ob'ect in order to accomplish an action. The adverbial of instrumentalityshows the means with which an action is fulfilled. The adverbial of cause shows thecause or the reason of an action, state or feature. The adverbial of purpose shows the purpose of an action. The adverbial of condition shows what condition must be fulfilledso that an action is accomplished. The adverbial of concession shows a circumstancewhich opposes unsuccessfully to an action accomplishment. The adverbial of oppositionshows an ob'ect which is placed in an other ob'ect s place. The adverbial of cumulationshows an ob'ect which is added to another ob'ect. The adverbial of exception shows whatma!es an exception. The consecutive adverbial shows the conse&uences of an action realization. The adverbial of time shows the time when an action ta!es place. It can determinea verb, an ad'ective, an adverb or an inter'ection. It can indicate the moment, the duration,  the fre&uency or the coincidence of an action development. The adverbial of time can beexpressed through adverbs, nouns, pronouns, numerals, ad'ectives and non(personalverbal forms. )pecialists identify three most important types of adverbial of time: theadverbial of simultaneity, the adverbial of posteriority and the adverbial of anteriority.The subordinate time clause fulfills the function of adverbial of time in a phrase.It can have as a regent a verb, an ad'ective, an adverb or an inter'ection. It can beintroduced by adverbs, con'unctions or pronouns. Their classification was based on thesemantic criteria. There are three types of subordinate time clauses: the time clause of simultaneity, the time clause of posteriority and the time clause of anteriority. Therefore, this study presents the adverbial of time and the subordinate timeclause and also follows a logical line of solutions ta!ing into account both the new andthe old directions in grammar, in solving the most controversial situations in which theadverbial of time and the subordinate time clause occur.
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