Subjunctive/Indicative Mood

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Subjunctive/Indicative Mood

  1. 1.  LIFE DEFINITION ▪ How you are feeling at a given time  LITERATURE DEFINITION ▪ The reader’s emotional response ▪ The atmosphere of a story  GRAMMAR DEFINITION ▪ The form a verb takes to indicate the ATTITUDE of the person using the verb.
  2. 2.  Express a fact, opinion, or question It is 84 degrees in here. I think I am going to pass out. Can we please turn the heat down? Write one sentence in indicative mood.
  3. 3.  Direct command or request Show me the money. Now give me the money. Don’t call the police. Write one sentence in IMPERATIVE mood.
  4. 4.  PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE:  To express a suggestion, a necessity, or an indirect command/order  PAST SUBJUNCTIVE:  To express an untrue condition, or a wish or desire.
  5. 5. Common verbs: ask, demand, determine, insist, move, order, pray, prefer, recommend, regret, request, require, suggest, and wish.
  6. 6. 1. Write a poem entitled “If I Were the Other Gender.” 1. Three stanza required. 2. WAIT! What grammar corrections should we make to this poem?
  7. 7. 1. Write a poem entitled “If I Were the Other Gender.” 1. Three stanza required. 2. WAIT! What grammar corrections should we make to this poem?

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