Kinds of Sentences – You
are asked to think critically when writing these sentences.
Recognizing Verb Moods – Are
the verbs indicative, subjunctive, or imperative?
Subjunctive | Conditional
– A really short grammar cloze activity.
What Kind Of Mood Are You In?
– The title of the worksheet, basically, says it all.
Using Subjunctive and Conditional
Moods – Complete the sentence and then indicate the mood of
and Moods – Underline the verbs. On the lines, fill in the mood
and tense of the verb.
A Little Foggy Yet
– More work on verb identification.
What's the Mood?
– Which mood are the following sentences written in?
of Sentences – You are asked to write two original forms of
– Label them: declarative, exclamatory, or interrogative.
the Mood of a Sentence – A little multiple choice always works
and Moods – Write an original sentence to demonstrate your understanding
of each of the verb moods below.
Verb Moods – Create related sentences as directed by changing
the mood of the verb.
Moods – Take these moods to the next level.
Four Kinds of Sentences
– Short sentences are great to hammer this skill home.
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