Moods of Verbs Summative
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by Renee Owens
| 14 Questions
Part 1 Directions: Identify each sentence by the type of mood it is identifying.
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1
If I get more sleep, I will be more rested for the match.
Conditional
Imperative
Indicative
Interrogative
Subjunctive
2
1
Miss Eggert recommends that you read a little of your book each night.
Conditional
Imperative
Indicative
Interrogative
Subjunctive
3
1
Go to your room!
Conditional
Imperative
Indicative
Interrogative
Subjunctive
4
1
If I were the Queen of England, I would spend all of my time riding my horses and petting my corgis.
Conditional
Imperative
Indicative
Interrogative
Subjunctive
5
1
Who was the track meet against yesterday?
Conditional
Imperative
Indicative
Interrogative
Subjunctive
6
1
The track meet yesterday was against State College.
Conditional
Imperative
Indicative
Interrogative
Subjunctive
Part 2(A) Directions: Read the sentences below. Fix the error in verb usage.
7
2
I wish he was visiting this week; we all could have celebrated together.
8
2
Exit your seat, and then you should quickly move out of the room.
Part 2(B) Directions: Read the sentences below. Choose the revision that corrects an error in verb usage.
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1
(1) Bill Jones and Michael Adams were the two best actors our school ever had.
(2) They alternated having the leading roles in every production for their three years here at Eisenhower Junior High.
(3) Had they both gone to the same high school, they would had continued to shine on the stage together for four more years.
(4) However, as luck would have it, Bill went to East High and Michael went to West.
(5) They have remained close friends, though, and are planning to attend the same college in a few years.
Had they both gone to the same high school, they would have continued to shine on the stage together for four more years.
If they had both gone to the same high school, they would continue to shine on the stage together for four more years.
Had they both gone to the same high school, would they had continued to shine on the stage together for four more years?
Part 3 Directions: Think about an event or experience that has occurred recently and write a sentence in each of the FIVE moods to describe the event. It could be about Mini-THON, the upcoming spring sports season, the high school musical, the middle school play, etc. You need a total of five sentences, one sentence for each of the five moods.
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2
Write a sentence in the INDICATIVE MOOD:
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2
Write a sentence in the IMPERATIVE MOOD:
12
2
Write a sentence in the INTERROGATIVE MOOD:
13
2
Write a sentence in the CONDITIONAL MOOD:
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2
Write a sentence in the SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD:
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