Grammar Review: Verb Mood and Prepositional Phrases
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by Megan Boal
| 8 Questions
1
1 pt
What verb mood?
A question
Indicative
Interrogative
Imperative
Conditional
Subjunctive
2
1 pt
What verb mood?
A wish, suggestion, or a condition that is contrary to fact
Indicative
Interrogative
Imperative
Conditional
Subjunctive
3
1 pt
What verb mood?
A command or request
Indicative
Interrogative
Imperative
Conditional
Subjunctive
4
1 pt
What verb mood?
Expressing a hypothetical situation. This verb mood uses words like, "could, should, would, etc."
Indicative
Interrogative
Imperative
Conditional
Subjunctive
5
1 pt
What verb mood?
Stating an opinion or fact
Indicative
Interrogative
Imperative
Conditional
Subjunctive
6
1 pt
What is the prepositional phrase? You may select more than one option.
During the game, the player threw the ball to his opponent.
During the game
the player
the player threw
threw the ball
to his opponent
7
1 pt
What is the prepositional phrase? You may select more than one option.

Jayson ran around the field with the ball in his hand.
Jayson ran
ran around the field
around the field
with the ball
the ball
in his hand
8
1 pt
What is the prepositional phrase? You may select more than one option.

I wanted to run but I forgot my shoes at the park.
I wanted
to run
I forgot
my shoes
at the park
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