Wish Clause Worksheets To Print:
Situational Clauses - I was going to call this one "If I Had a Genie!" You will be given a set of circumstances and asked to make adjustments to them.
Pining for the Right Verb Forms - You will rewrite each of these sentences to correct the grammar and get them moving. Make sure that your grammar is tight with these.
Future Conditional Clause - You have many roles in life. For example, you are a
child, a friend, and a student. Therefore, different people have
different expectations of you. It is interesting to see what students wished their teachers would do.
Third Person - Everyone wants something. Find five classmates and ask them what they want.
Get in Shape - Write the correct form of each verb in the blanks. Make sure you understand the context that you are working with.
What Do You Fancy? - If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go? Answer a series of questions that are just like this one.
Keep on Dreaming - Rewrite every sentence, so it has a wish clause. Some of them are really silly after you rewrite them.
Wish Upon a Star - Finish each wish clause and give a reason why. Get thinking and be creative!
Fill in the Blanks - Using the word box, fill in the blanks in the sentences. You will notice that there are a great number of contractions in play here.
Hoping for the Future
- Determine whether or not the sentence is a future wish clause. Then label the sentences that match this.
- Pretend you are writing an article about your partner for the newspaper. You will setup questions for a partner to answer and evaluate.
Using If Clauses -
Use the information in each sentence to write a sentence with an if wish clause. You can use as many unique words as you can dream up.