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#Imperative mood In English, each sentence has a mood, that is expressed through the verb. Verb moods are indicative, interrogative, subjunctive/conditional and imperative.

amandaonwriting: verb tenses with timelines - burstingcreativity

alexanderpf: “ verb tenses with timelines via amandaonwriting ” Technically speaking, most of these distinctions refer to the combination of tense and aspect rather than just tense. While tense is when a verb takes place (e.g. past, present, future),...

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Indicative Mood, Imperative Mood and Subjunctive Mood

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Verb Moods: Subjunctive, Conditional, Indicative, Imperative, Interrogative

Subjunctive, Conditional, Indicative, Imperative, Interrogative Verb Moods This mini-unit is guaranteed to engage your students in their learning of verb moods. We don't know about you, but we've had a hard time finding quality resources for subjunctive, conditional, indicative, imperative, and interrogative verb moods for middle and high school students. So we made our own! * Engaging graphics! - Calvin & Hobbes comic strips * Quality practice! - 42 pages/slides * Solid PowerPoints!

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4 Ways To Avoid the Imperative Mood in Spanish

Here are ways to give commands in Spanish without using the imperative mood.

ESL Recipe Lesson Plan: Practice the Imperative Mood

ESL Recipe Lesson Plan: Practice the Imperative Mood | Linguistics Girl: Practice the imperative mood with English language learners using a fun ESL recipe lesson plan.

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