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Moods of a Sentence
Transcript of Moods of a Sentence
Imperative mood expresses commands and requests. It tells the speakers desires for the action expressed in the sentence to take place. In some imperative sentences there is an IMPLIED YOU.
Go eat that lumpy tomato, Suzzie.
Edward go clean your room.
Stop touching that hairy spider.
Indicative Mood is the most common mood and it is used to make statements or to ask questions. Most of the statements you make will be in indicative mood.
The leprechaun ate a cheese burger.
When i was at Burger King they sold me a disgusting crabby patty .
Sally was on a horse.
Interrogative Mood tells the state of questioning. An example would be, "Will you go home please". The speaker says the subject-verb order by putting the helping before the subject.
How is Billy doing today?
Did you cut my hair with those big red scissors last night?
Why did you throw the dictionary at my head?
The present subjunctive form of be is:
He,She it be
The teacher hopes that they be in their seats before the bell rings.
Mother expects you be home at five o'clock.
It's necessary we be back before dinner.
Present Subjunctive Forms
Past Subjunctive Form
The Subjunctive Mood is an important rare verb form in English. There are many forms of subjunctive form.
The past subjunctive form of be is:
He, she, it were
If I were chicken I would lay eggs.
You were at the movies last night.
We were at your house on Friday.
All other Verbs( Past and Present)
he, she, it run
I run to the store.
You run on the track.
They run after the dog.
Condition means situation or circumstance, if a condition is true then a result happens.
First Conditional: real possibility
First conditional describes the future. It's possible for this condition to happen.
If it snows I will wear mittens.
If I go to the beach I will swim.
If I save my money I will buy a laptop.
If I get good grades I will get a bike.
Second Conditional: Unreal possibility or dream
Second Conditional describes the future. There isn't a possibility that this situation will really happen.
If my eye were orange I would be sad.
If I had a pet lion it would attack me.
If it rains rice I would eat it.
If I ride my bike to the moon I will have a party.
Third Conditional: No possibility
Third conditional describes the past. It talks about a condition in the past that didn't happen. Third conditional is a wish that will not come true.
I would have studied if i wasn't asleep
I might have waken up if my alarm rang
I could have went home if I had a ride
The outcome of the conditional is always true.
If you don't brush you will get
your teeth cavities.
If you don't study you will fail.
If you beak the law you will go to