Wish Clause Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.7.1

Core Standard

To show interest or regret in something we will most commonly use a wish form. The "would" clause is also very prominent for the same purpose. Would clauses normally include the words like or love. Wish clauses regularly express a tense to show when they are taking place. The present and future wish form includes a past simple to express that the situation is now or in the future. The past wish form includes a past continuous to usually express regret. These worksheets will work students through the proper usage and placement of wish clauses.









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