When I went out, it was reaining. or It was raining when I went out.
When you’re tired, don’t drive. or Don’t drive when you’re tired.
Helen was 25 when she got married. or When Helen got married, she was 25.
Always look both ways before you cross the road. or Before you cross the road, always look both ways.
While I was waiting for the bus, it began to rain. or It began to raiin while I was waiting for the bus.
He never played football again after he broke his leg or After he broke his leg, he never played football again.
Lisa will be in Mexico when Sarah is in New York.
When I get home this evening, I’m going to have a shower.
I can’t talk to you now. I’ll talk to you later when I have more time.
Please close the window before you go out.
Rachel is going to stay in our flat while we are away.
I’ll wait here until you come back.