Argh, this is when I don’t get grammar, it gets me¦so adverbs are words that end in œly, like œshortly, quickly, etc. HOWEVER, adverb time clauses are dependent clauses (read: they don’t make sense on their own, they need another part of the sentence) which have little to no œly words from what I can see”:

When I grow up (that’s the dependent adverb clause because it doesn’t stand on its own¦œwhen you grow up¦what?), I will be be a teacher.

It also works in the opposite: œI will be a teacher when I grow up.

So, I’m still confussalated, however, the saving grace is that the following words may indicate you have an adverb time clause: “after, before, when, while, as, by the time, since, until, ˜till, as soon as, once, as long as, so long as, whenever, every time, the first/last/next time.